EU Said to Ramp Up Oil-Benchmarks Probe With Evidence RequestBy , , and
Regulators may be moving toward sending antitrust complaint
Probe began two years ago with raids on BP, Shell and Statoil
Major oil companies including Royal Dutch Shell Plc and price publisher Platts were told by regulators to redact business secrets from documents obtained during antitrust raids in a sign the European Union may be moving ahead with a two-year-old probe, according to four people familiar with the investigation.
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