Oil prices fell for the third successive day, trading at $75 a barrel.

For October delivery, US crude dropped 40¢ to $75.62 a barrel at 00.42 GMT, while London Brent crude fell 33¢ to $79.09 a barrel, reports Reuters.

Data from the Energy Information Administration revealed that crude stocks dropped 2.49 million barrels last week, while distillates fell 340,000 barrels. Gasoline also dropped by 694,000 barrels.

Crude fell on news that the US Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration has agreed to a restart of Enbridge‘s Line 6A, restoring supplies to Midwest refiners.