Easing quarantine restrictions and decreasing production affect the market.
Earlier, the US Department of Energy called significantly smaller volumes.
July Brent futures show growth for two days in a row.
The cost of Brent rose by almost 1%.
Oil has shown showed such results for the first time since April 13.
The participating countries agreed to reduce production in May-June by 9.7 million barrels.
Three countries will reduce production in June, in addition to the terms of the OPEC+ agreement.
The cost of WTI rose to $24.
A flotilla of Saudi tankers loaded with crude oil has begun arriving on the U.S. Gulf Coast, worrying American shale producers who face uncertainty because of an oversupply of oil.
OPEC+ production reduction agreement becomes effective on May 1, 2020.
On April 1, the price fell below $11.
The available capacity on the oil side is almost completely sold out.