Oil futures fell in Asian trade on Thursday, with U.S. crude hitting its lowest level in more than two weeks, amid renewed worries of global oversupply after inventories in the United States rose to a record high. That increase in U.S. crude oil stocks came despite seasonal refinery utilisation hitting an 11-year high, with a rise in the dollar index .DXY put further pressure on oil prices. Brent crude futures LCOc1 fell 26 cents to $39 a barrel as of 0710 GMT. It ended up 12 cents in the previous session after touching a session peak of $40.61. The front-month contract for U.S. crude futures CLc1 dropped 43 cents to $37.89 a barrel, after dropping to $37.74 earlier, the lowest since March 16. […]