Crude Oil Futures news and technical articles from Oil & Gas Journal. Search Crude Oil Futures latest and archived news and articles
By OGJ editors HOUSTON, May 9 -- Crude oil futures prices rallied Wednesday after two weekly reports showed a decline in US inventories, driving the crude oil price on the New York
lower 2005 world oil demand forecast from the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries contributed to New York crude oil futures prices closing July 18 at their lowest in more than 2 weeks. Another contributing factor to oil's downward direction
By OGJ editors HOUSTON, Jan. 17 -- Crude oil futures prices continued to climb Jan. 14 ahead of Monday's US holiday commemorating civil rights leader Martin Luther King. The New
Paula Dittrick Senior Staff Writer HOUSTON, Sept. 29 -- Crude oil futures prices slipped slightly in London and New York Friday as the market adjusted to a production cut of 900,000 b/d, effective
Paula Dittrick OGJ Senior Staff Writer HOUSTON, Dec. 19 -- Crude oil futures prices spiraled to the highest level in almost 3 months on New York and London markets briefly Wednesday, jumping above $31
By OGJ editors HOUSTON, Mar. 15 -- Crude oil futures prices fell in New York and London markets Friday upon reports of an amendment to the US Senate budget bill that calls for a halt
Writer HOUSTON, June 29 -- Crude oil futures retreated by more than $2 ..... It was the biggest drop in crude oil futures prices in weeks. Noting uncertainty ..... and the sudden decline in crude oil futures prices. In London, the August
Prices for oil and petroleum products shot up Aug. 2, the first trading day of this month, with crude busting through resistance at $80/bbl in the New York market for the first time since early May to climb above $81/bbl amid a slew of favorable economic reports.
Paula Dittrick Senior Staff Writer HOUSTON, July 21 -- Crude oil futures prices fell to their lowest level this month on the New York Mercantile Exchange July 20 after a US government weekly report showed
August crude futures prices settled at $60.54/bbl on June 27 on the New York Mercantile Exchange. It was the first time crude oil settled at $60 or higher since NYMEX began trading oil futures in 1983.