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The US Department of Energy plans to take advantage of the recent crude oil price decline and resume filling the Strategic Petroleum Reserve, it announced on Jan. 2. It said that it issued a solicitation to
in 2015, $18/bbl lower than forecast in last month’s STEO. “There is significant uncertainty over the crude oil price forecast because of the range of potential supply responses from the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries
today [Aug. 29]. Some support for crude has crept in from a marginally weaker dollar this morning, although the crude oil price is still struggling to regain the $112/bbl mark.” As far as the oil industry is concerned, Raymond James analysts said
Crude oil prices for June delivery topped $60/bbl on the New York market May 5, and the upward momentum continued in early trading May 6 when prices reached $62/bbl for the first time since December 2014.
Crude oil prices for June delivery dropped modestly on the New York market on Apr. 22 to remain above $56/bbl for June delivery following another reported increase in US oil and product inventories. Meanwhile, statistics indicated slower manufacturing activity in China, a major oil consumer, last
Crude oil prices fell below $61/bbl for January delivery on the New York market Dec. 10 after the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries lowered its 2015 world oil demand growth forecast and after a weekly US government report showed a build in crude oil supplies.
Crude oil prices on the New York market jumped by more than $2/bbl Feb. 12 to settle above $51/bbl, which analysts attributed to more oil and gas companies cutting their budgets as well as an announced ceasefire agreement between Russia separatists and Ukrainian forces.
Crude oil prices extended their slump on the New York market with a Dec. 11 settlement of less than $60/bbl for January, and prices continued downward in early Dec. 12 trading after the International Energy Agency cut its global oil demand growth forecast for 2015.
Spot prices of Brent crude oil averaged $107/bbl in July, marking the 13th consecutive month in which the average price has ranged $107-112/bbl.
Spot prices of Brent crude oil averaged $107/bbl in July, marking the 13th consecutive month in which the average price has ranged $107-112/bbl. Compared with the volatility seen as recently as 2 years ago when Brent spot prices ranged as high as $125/bbl in March 2012 to as low as $95/bbl in June