The Energy Information Administration reported that domestic crude supplies fell by 7.3 million barrels for the week ended Nov. 30. Supplies had climbed for 10 weeks in a row before the latest decline, according to data from the government agency, which reported the data a day later than usual because of Wednesday's national day of mourning. Analysts surveyed by S&P Global Platts had forecast a decline of 2.39 million barrels, while the American Petroleum Institute on Tuesday reported a climb of 5.4 million barrels. Gasoline stockpiles rose by 1.7 million barrels last week, while distillate stockpiles climbed by 3.8 million barrels, according to the EIA. The S&P Global Platts survey had shown expectations for supply increases of 357,000 barrels in gasoline and 1.25 million barrels in distillate inventories. January crude was down $1.82, or 3.4%, at $51.07 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange, pressured after the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries on Thursday postponed a decision on production to Friday. Prices were trading at $50.63 before the supply data.