Oil rose for the first time in three sessions after the number of active rigs fell in the U.S., potentially easing a supply glut. Futures advanced as much as 1.7 percent in New York, paring a 4.8 percent loss in the previous two sessions. Rigs targeting oil in the U.S. fell by 15 to 372, according to Baker Hughes Inc. More than 150 have been parked since the start of the year. U.S. data last week showed inventories rose by more than three times what was forecast, while imports increased to the highest since June 2013. Trading was closed Friday for the Good Friday holiday. “The supply-and-demand dynamic has helped out,” Chris Weston, a Melbourne-based chief market strategist at IG Ltd., said by phone. “A lot of people have been saying that they are looking at the rig count because oil prices have obviously moved up quite nicely, and […]