June heating oil prices were under pressure during the initial morning hours and fell to a new six session low in the process. Some traders indicated that the heating oil market appeared to be drawing a tight correlation to Brent crude oil. The weakness in heating oil comes despite yesterday's EIA inventory data that showed an unexpectedly large draw in distillate supplies of 1.903 million barrels. EIA distillate stocks are 21.11 million barrels below last year and 9.687 million below the five year average. Some traders expressed concern over the recent four week decline in distillate supplies during a seasonal time frame that typically produces inventory builds. Distillate imports came in at 91,000 barrels per day compared to 107,000 barrels the previous week. Average total distillate demand for the past four weeks was down 1.60% compared to last year. EIA heating oil stocks fell 428,000 barrels and are 6.624 million barrels below last year and 8.051 million below the five year average.