Washington continues war of attrition against Tehran.
World oil prices surged on reports that two tankers had been attacked in the Gulf of Oman that can escalate crisis in Syria.
The US-led international coalition targeted SDF-owned fuel tankers destined for government-held areas.
Syria adopted new measures Sunday to curb fuel shortage. Earlier Syrian Government has blamed on Western sanctions that were imposed on the war-torn country.
About 30 trucks loaded with oil heading towards Northern Syria were spotted in the area of the SDF-held al Omar oil fields located in Deir Ezzor province.
A drone captured artisanal oil refineries located near Ketyan, Maaret Elnaasan, Kafr Noran and Miznaz villages of Aleppo province.
The US is trying to establish control over Syrian oil fields, Syrian Deputy Defense Minister Mahmoud al-Shawa said, speaking at the Moscow Conference on International Security.
The French industrial company Lafarge has issued a statement acknowledging that it has committed “unacceptable mistake” in its activities in Syria.
Russian fighter jets conducted a few airstrikes in Syria’s province in the north-east Deir Ezzor, targeting ISIS oil facilities.