Follow - up / ... World oil prices fell in early trading Monday, after US data showed a continued high exploration of crude in the United States platforms, for the sixth straight week.
The Baker Hughes Energy Services announced on Friday that the number of crude oil drilling platforms in the United States increased by 10 platforms to 844 last week.
Brent crude for July delivery fell 0.56 percent, or 43 cents, to $ 76.69 a barrel.
US crude futures <NYMEX> fell 0.4 percent, or 28 cents, to $ 70.42 a barrel.
Last week, oil prices received strong support following the US withdrawal from the nuclear deal with Iran, which means the possibility of disrupting Iranian oil supplies . "