UK Stocks-Factors to watch on March 11

March 11 (Reuters) - Britain's FTSE 100 index .FTSE is seen opening higher on Friday, with futures FFIc1 up 0.4%.

* SHELL: Oil majors BP BP.L and Shell RDSa.L have not offered spot diesel cargoes for sale on the German market for the last two weeks, for fear of a supply shortage, two traders said on Thursday.

* MONDI: Paper and packaging group Mondi MNDI.L said on Thursday it would assess all options for the group's interests in Russia in the wake of the country's invasion of Ukraine.

* OCADO: Norwegian warehouse robot maker AutoStore AUTO.OL said on Thursday it intends to appeal in a U.S. federal court an International Trade Commission's decision on an ongoing patent row with British rival Ocado Group OCDO.L .

* BHP: Creditors of Brazilian miner Samarco Mineracao SA have suspended their assembly to reconvene on April 1 after the company presented a new restructuring plan on Thursday.

* CLEAR ENERGY: A group of the world's top oil and gas companies are preparing to launch a new fund of over $1 billion to invest in new technologies focused on reducing greenhouse gas emissions from energy use, sources said on Thursday.

* NICKEL CONTRACTS: The London Metal Exchange will not restart the trading of nickel contracts on Friday as it had anticipated because the criteria for restarting have not been met, the exchange said in a members notice on Thursday.

* OIL: Oil prices stabilised and were on track for their biggest weekly drops since November after see-sawing on fears of escalating bans on Russian oil versus efforts to bring more supply to market from other major producers.

* GOLD: Gold slipped, as U.S. Treasury yields gained on red-hot inflation data capping bullion's safe-haven appeal, but prices were set for a second weekly gain after talks between Russia and Ukraine failed to make any progress.

* METALS: London aluminium was headed for a 9% weekly decline as investors turned cautious following nickel's trading suspension after an unprecedented surge in prices amid uncertainty over supplies from major producer Russia.

* FTSE 100: London's FTSE 100 fell on Thursday with heavyweight financial and oil shares leading declines, along with miner Rio Tinto after it severed all ties with Russian businesses and also traded ex-dividend.




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Reporting by Aby Jose Koilparambil in Bengaluru

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