The report issued by OPEC on the 12th predicted that the oversupply situation in the global crude oil market will be further eased, and this expectation will continue to support the rise in oil prices on the 13th.

As of the close of the day, light sweet crude for May delivery on the New York Mercantile Exchange rose 0.32 U.S. dollars to close at 67.39 U.S. dollars, an increase of 0.48%. June Brent crude oil futures prices in London rose 0.56 US dollars to close at 72.58 US dollars a barrel, an increase of 0.78%.