Highlights Global oil demand to rise 3.36 million b/d in 2022: OPEC Russian oil supply to decline 170,000 b/d from 2021: OPEC US gasoline inventories fall 2.2 million barrels: API Crude oil futures were up in mid-morning Asian trade June 15, with sentiment supported by tight supply amid a forecast of global demand growth by OPEC. Not registered? Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now At 11:09 am Singapore time (0309 GMT), the ICE August Brent futures contract was up 14 cents/b (0.12%) from the previous close at $121.31/b, while the NYMEX July light sweet crude contract rose 20 cents/b (0.17%) at $119.13/b. In a report released June 14, OPEC said it expects global oil demand to rise by 3.36 million b/d in 2022, exceeding pre-pandemic levels. The report also forecast Russian output to fall 250,000 b/d from the May projection to 10.63 million […]