Oil reserves in the United States increased from September 25 to October 2 by 501 thousand barrels, gasoline – fell by 1435 thousand barrels

Oil reserves in the United States increased from September 25 to October 2 by 501 thousand barrels, gasoline – fell by 1435 thousand barrels

Oil reserves in the United States increased from September 25 to October 2 by 501 thousand barrels, gasoline - fell by 1435 thousand barrels

Commercial oil reserves in the United States last week rose by 501 thousand barrels – up to 492.927 million barrels, according to a weekly report from the US Department of Energy.

Gasoline inventories fell by 1,435,000 barrels to 226.747 million barrels, Bloomberg reported.

Commercial stocks of distillates decreased by 962 thousand barrels, reaching 171.796 million barrels.

Experts interviewed by Bloomberg expected a decrease in oil reserves by 1,200 thousand barrels, a decrease in gasoline inventories by 500 thousand barrels and a decrease in distillate stocks by 1,100 thousand barrels.

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