Oil rises in price: Brent is traded for $54,76 for barrel, WTI – for $49,23

World oil prices rose on Friday morning against the background of forecasts of analysts about delay of work of oil refinery and petrochemical entities on the coast of the Gulf of Mexico in the USA after the hurricane "Harvey". Data of the biddings demonstrates it, API reports.

As of 08:08 Moscow time cost of November futures for the North Sea oil mixture of the Brent brand grew for 0,50% - up to 54,76 dollars for barrel. The price of October futures for WTI crude oil grew for 0,29% - up to 49,23 dollars for barrel.

Work at oil refinery and the petrochemical entities on the coast in the USA can be slowed down as the companies are forced to use employees for recovery of damages after the hurricane "Harvey". As the Reuters agency writes, it can lead the increase in expenses of the entities or to the shortage of workers.

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