SINGAPORE, June 11 (Reuters) - Kuwait raised the official
selling price (OSP) for its crude sales to Asian buyers for July
by 45 cents a barrel from the previous month to 15 cents a
barrel below the average of Oman/Dubai quotes, a trade source
said on Monday.
The June OSP was 60 cents below the Oman/Dubai average.
Kuwait's crude price formula is loosely linked to that of
Saudi Arabia's Arab Medium grade.
(Reporting by Florence Tan)