The oil rig count in the US fell this week, according to the latest data released by oilfield services company Baker Hughes on Friday.
The number of oil rigs, an indicator of short-term production in the country, decreased by 1 to 342 for the week ending April 30 from 343 the previous week.
However, the number of US oil rigs rose by 17 compared to one year ago.
At Friday's trading close, the price of international benchmark Brent crude stood at $66.66 per barrel, while American benchmark West Texas Intermediate (WTI) was at $63.48 a barrel.
By Nuran Erkul Kaya