Oil prices gained on Tuesday in Asia and traded near a 5-month high, supported by concerns on disruptions to supplies out of Libya.
U.S. Crude Oil WTI Futures was up 0.2% to $64.54 by 12:10 AM ET (04:10 GMT), the highest level since November 2018.
International Brent Oil Futures inched up 0.1% to $71.19, also the highest level in 5 months.
Khalifa Haftar, a military strongman who controls eastern Libya, reportedly attempted to enter the capital Tripoli. His army continued its push on Sunday and conducted airstrikes on a road leading to the capital. At least 35 people have been killed in clashes since last week, Bloomberg reported.
Libya is a significant supplier of oil to Europe, producing around 1.1 million barrels per day (bpd) of crude in March.