May futures for WTI crude oil decreased by 0.27% to $ 62.96 per barrel.

Futures for Brent crude for June delivery fell 0.34% to $ 66.54 a barrel.

Earlier, Deputy Director General of the Institute of National Energy Alexander Frolov commented on the April OPEC + agreement.

In an interview with FAN, he noted that the parameters of the agreement and forecasts of oil demand could be revised more than once.