December WTI crude futures fell 0.41% to $ 55.58 a barrel.

Futures for Brent crude for December delivery fell 0.36% to $ 61.35 per barrel.

Earlier, an expert at the Center for Industrial Economics at the NIFI Research Institute Andrei Gordeev, in an interview with the FBA “Economics Today,” estimated the prospects of the global oil market. According to him, traditionally in winter, the consumption of petroleum products decreases, respectively, and the volume of refining decreases.