Oil traded above $65 a barrel yesterday, within sight of its highest since mid-2015.
Brent Crude fell 43 cents to $63.41 in London while in New York fellow benchmark West Texas Intermediate fell 30 cents to $57.81.
With oil prices nudging steadily higher, market expectations are for crude-pumping countries to prolong their deal to curb output.
Oil prices edge down in Asian trading, as traders weigh the effects of Irma and Harvey.
Benchmark US gasoline prices fall by more than 4 percent as oil refineries and pipelines in the US Gulf Coast slowly resumed activity.