Crude oil prices were up on Tuesday, with the barrel of Brent at $ 62, and the West Texas type, the US reference, at $ 57.
The barrel of North Brent type oil for deliveries in January was quoted at $ 62.41 at the start of today's session (08:00 GMT) in the electronic market Intercontinental Petroleum Exchange (ICE).
Brent earned 23 cents (0.37 percent) from the previous close of 62.18 per barrel.
Meanwhile, US crude West Texas Intermediate (WTI) for deliveries in December, also at 08:00 GMT, rose 15 cents (0.26 percent) and was quoted at $ 57.01 per barrel.
For its part, the basket of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) was quoted on Monday at 62.26 dollars, which represented a gain of 28 cents (0.45 percent) compared to the previous close, the cartel said.