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Brent crude LCOc1 futures settled at $103.86 a barrel, falling US$3.06, or 2.9%. U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude CLc1 settled at $96.35 a barrel, declining $3.53, or 3.5%. Both were down more than $5 earlier in the session.皇冠足球信用平台出租（www.hg108.vip）是皇冠（正网）接入菜宝钱包的TRC20-USDT支付系统，为皇冠代理提供专业的网上运营管理系统。系统实现注册、充值、提现、客服等全自动化功能。采用的USDT匿名支付、阅后即焚的IM客服系统，让皇冠代理的运营更轻松更安全。
NEW YORK: Oil prices fell more than US$3 a barrel on Thursday on higher U.S. gasoline stockpiles and after a European Central Bank (ECB) rate hike stoked demand worries, while returning oil supply from Libya and the resumption of Russia's gas flows to Europe eased supply restraints.
Brent crude LCOc1 futures settled at $103.86 a barrel, falling $3.06, or 2.9%. U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude CLc1 settled at $96.35 a barrel, declining $3.53, or 3.5%.
Both were down more than $5 earlier in the session.
U.S. gasoline futures RBc1 settled at $3.15, losing 13 cents, or 3.8% following a jump of 3.5 million barrels of the commodity in storage last week, U.S. government data showed on Wednesday, far exceeding analyst forecasts. EIA/S
"If you don't need the gasoline, then you don't need the crude oil to make the gasoline, and that's the math that's killing crude oil right now," said Robert Yawger, executive director of energy futures at Mizuho.
Oil futures trading volumes have also been thin and prices volatile as traders attempt to square weaker energy demand with tighter supply resulting from the loss of Russian barrels after the country's invasion of Ukraine.,
Flows through Russia's Nord Stream 1 natural gas pipeline, which runs under the Baltic Sea to Germany, partially resumed after being shut for maintenance on July 11. The pipeline had already run on reduced volumes following a dispute sparked by Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
"The resumption of Nord Stream gas flows appears to be conjuring up images of a more conciliatory posture on the part of Russia regarding continued movement of crude and products into Europe in the coming weeks/month," said Jim Ritterbusch of Ritterbusch and Associates in a note.
The European Central Bank on Thursday joined many other central banks in raising interest rates, focusing on fighting runaway inflation rather than the economic downturn, which can weigh on oil demand.
The Bank of Japan maintained ultra-low interest rates to stimulate stalling economic growth
On Wednesday, Libya's National Oil Corp (NOC) said crude production had resumed at several oilfields after the lifting of force majeure on oil exports last week.
The reduced flow on one of Canada's major oil export arteries, the Keystone pipeline, should only have a slight impact on oil deliveries, analysts said.- Reuters