Oil fell on Thursday for the first session in four amid renewed concerns about demand recovery as more restrictions are imposed to curb COVID-19 infections.
Brent crude was down 45 cents, or 0.6per cent, at US$71.80 a barrel by 0222 GMT, having risen 1.7per cent on Wednesday.
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U.S. oil was down 55 cents, or 0.8per cent, at US$67.81 a barrel, after gaining 1.2per cent in the previous session.
Fresh outbreaks fuelled by the Delta variant of the coronavirus are raising concerns about the strength of the economic recovery globally, hitting demand for oil and other commodities.
"Given the risks around the Delta variant of the coronavirus, but also the accelerating vaccine programs, it's possible that the second half of the year also sees a bit of a stop-and-go development before things (hopefully) normalize in 2022," Eurasia Group said in a note.
Helping to boost prices around 10per cent through Wednesday, U.S. crude inventories fell last week for a third consecutive week while overall fuel demand increased to the most since March 2020, the Energy Information Administration (EIA) said.
But the demand picture wasn't entirely bullish.