World oil prices are recovering on Tuesday morning after falling 1% a day earlier, according to trading data.

January futures for Brent crude oil rose in price by 0.82% - to 82.72 dollars per barrel, January futures on WTI - by 0.66%, to 80.28 dollars per barrel.

On Monday, oil fell in price by about 1%, helped by the forecast of the US Department of Energy.

According to the forecast, oil production in the main oil and gas producing regions of the United States in December will grow by 85 thousand barrels per day, or 1% compared to November - up to 8.316 million barrels.