Middle East and North African turmoil remains front and center on the list of worries plaguing the crude oil market this morning, with the latest reports indicating that Libyan forces have recaptured an Eastern city from rebel control. Some traders suggested that a portion of the early morning gains in April crude oil came from private industry reports that showed an unexpected decline in weekly crude stocks. There were comments this morning from a Libyan oil official indicating that crude oil pricing could top $130 a barrel in the coming month if unrest persists during that time frame.