WTI Crude
63.90
Brent Crude
69.34
Natural Gas
3.14
  • Crude oil and natural gas production in Texas and Oklahoma’s Anadarko Region is growing

  • Port Houston’s freeze puts tons of commodities in limbo off Texas coast

  • Harvey Damage Shuts Main Fuel Line From Texas to New York

  • Oil extends gains as Saudi pledges export curbs

  • Small Permian producers flashing warnings as oil remains cheap

Citi’s biggest wildcards for oil markets this year — and how likely they are to actually happen

Oil prices hit their highest levels since 2014 on Wednesday, showing that oil production cuts by major producers are working and demand remains robust. But there are plenty of wildcards that oil markets could confront in 2018, according to a Citi global commodities report published late Tuesday. Led by Edward Morse, global head of commodities at Citigroup, analysts looked at the…
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Oil prices ease from 3-year highs after Brent crude rockets above $70 a barrel

Brent Crude oil hit a more than three-year high on Thursday, breaking through the psychologically important $70 a barrel level for the first time since December 2014. Oil futures failed to hold the gains, selling off as the close of trading approached, with analysts warning that the market might have little room left to run. Brent, the international benchmark for oil…
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US crude rises 29 cents, settling at $61.73, as geopolitical tension offsets US output

Brent has risen by more than 10 percent since December. Oil has been supported by OPEC-led cuts, strong economic growth and tensions in OPEC-member Iran. Soaring U.S. crude production could undermine the rally. Oil prices were little changed on Monday, trading near their highest since May 2015, as political concerns in some OPEC nations offset projections for higher U.S. oil…
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