Oil prices: Demand continues to rise, and crude oil prices exceed US$80 per barrel for the first time in three years-BBC News

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Brent crude oil prices have risen 55% this year.

Crude oil prices climbed above US$80 (59 pounds) per barrel on Tuesday (September 28). After the pound plummeted, oil prices reached their highest level in three years.

The price of Brent crude oil, an international crude oil evaluation and observation system, rose to US$80.69 on the same day, the highest since October 2018.

Under the European energy crisis, oil prices have risen for seven consecutive days.

Analysts believe that when supply exceeds demand, oil prices will continue to rise.

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