Brent crude fell eight cents to $ 43.26 a barrel, after it gained more than three percent on Thursday. US West Texas Intermediate crude fell five cents to $ 41.14 a barrel, after rising more than 3 percent on Thursday.
The two benchmarks are on track to gain about 10 percent this week, the first rise in three weeks, as prices rose in response to a strike by workers in the Norwegian oil sector.
A Norwegian oil company and union officials said they would meet with a state-appointed mediator today in an effort that both sides hope will lead to an end to the strike.
Market observers are preparing for the impact of US production by Hurricane Delta, which is expected to hit the Gulf Coast within hours. Almost 1.5 million barrels per day have been cut off so far.
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