The market is cautiously awaiting the results of the G-20 meeting when financial leaders will meet in Buenos Aires on November 30 and December 1 to resolve a trade dispute between Washington and Beijing. OPEC leaders will meet in Vienna on December 6 to discuss the management of oil production, overabundance of supply and slowing demand.
"What is really surplus is the barrels of light crude oil coming out of the United States," Benigni said. "So, the hope or hope for OPEC currently would be that prices go down and demand comes back."
Politics is stepping up pressure, US President Donald Trump pleading for low oil prices with his tweets and urging OPEC to reject the production cuts that will increase prices when the group meets with producers, including Russia's second-largest producer and exporter of crude oil.
"The question would be, is Russia ready to cut to $ 60?" Benigni said.