As of February 4, they amounted to 410.384 million.

Commercial oil reserves in the United States over the past week decreased by 4,756 million barrels and on February 4 amounted to 410,384 million barrels, the U.S. Department of Energy reported.

At the same time, analysts surveyed by Bloomberg expected an increase in oil reserves by 1.5 million barrels, an increase in gasoline reserves by 1.5 million barrels and a drop in distillate stocks by 1.5 million barrels.

April Brent crude futures on the London ICE exchange rose by 1.15% to $91.83 per barrel, the price of WTI oil rose by 1.1% to $90.34 per barrel.