Oil costs get on fixing US advertise
SINGAPORE: Oil costs edged up on Wednesday, lifted by a report of declining US fuel inventories in the midst of the progressing unrefined supply blackout at
Syncrude Canada in Alberta, which more often than not supplies the United States.
US West Texas Intermediate (WTI) unrefined prospects were at $74.60 a barrel at 0044 GMT, up 46 pennies, or 0.6 percent,
from their last settlement. WTI the earlier day hit its most elevated since November 2014 at $75.27 a barrel.