Iranian pressure and supply-side concerns surfaced before the opening bell on Monday to push the price of crude oil higher, after some profit taking last week. The price of oil dropped slightly to end last week, with Brent crude oil, the global benchmark for the price of oil, losing 0.34 percent Friday to close at $74.29 per barrel. That came even after Baker Hughes reported a higher rig count in the United States, an indication that production trends there could accelerate in the future. Some analysts, however, are worried about the buildup in drilled, but uncompleted wells in the United States. Those types of wells are ones that operators don’t yet want to put into production because of market conditions. […]