In recent weeks, oil demand has really suffered a setback.
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Brent crude gained about to trade at $44.32 a barrel by 3.49 am.
Bonny light closed at $43.17 after losing about 1.57% at the last oil trading session.
Brent crude lost about or 1.62 to trade at $42.04 per barrel.
OPEC is hoping Shale Oil loses steam and goes on the wane.
OPEC+ is lowering output by 9.7 million barrels per day (bpd) for a third month in July.
Bonny light sold for $43.33, far below the price Nigeria sold its crude months ago.