US crude dipped to $100.13 a barrel on concerns about demand after disappointing jobs data from the US was revealed.

The employment rate in the US rose to 9.1% in May from 9% in April, reports Reuters.

US crude fell by 8¢ while Brent crude fell 33¢ to $115.51 a barrel.

The anticipated increase in supply by the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries after this week’s meeting might have also affected oil prices.