Hurricane Harvey (still categorized as a Tropical Depression at the time of writing) brought record-level rainfalls to East Texas and West Louisiana, causing flooding and destructi[...]
After plummeting $1.50 on Friday, crude prices are up slightly to $45.99 this morning, a gain of 22 cents over Friday’s close. Markets fell dramatically ahead of OPEC’s meeting thi[...]
The EIA released its weekly retail gasoline and diesel prices yesterday. Prices were mixed, with diesel prices mostly rising and gasoline prices falling. Given the precipitous rise[...]
Crude prices are down slightly to $46.50 this morning, losing a minor 4 cents this morning. Prices opened this morning 60 cents higher than Friday’s opening price. Prices have fall[...]
WTI crude prices remain in the $44.00/b-$44.25/b range this morning. WTI prices climbed as high as $44.44/b yesterday, before subsiding to a close of $44.24/b. WTI opened at $43.70[...]
WTI crude prices are in the $43.00/b-$43.50/b range this morning. Prices strengthened modestly on Friday, closing at $43.01/b, which was a gain of $0.21 for the day. The week as a [...]
WTI crude prices are in the $44.50/b-$44.75/b range this morning. WTI opened at $44.68/b today, an increase of $0.43, or 0.97%, below Friday’s opening price. Current prices are $44[...]
WTI crude prices have fallen to the $44.50/b-$44.75/b range this morning, following another sharp collapse yesterday. WTI opened at $44.69/b today, a steep drop of $1.25, or 2.72%,[...]
WTI crude prices have strengthened to $46.50/b this morning. WTI prices were flattish on Friday, but ended the day up by $0.12/b. The week ended $1.88/b in the red. WTI opened at $[...]
WTI crude prices have dropped to approximately $47.00-$47.50/b this morning. WTI prices languished yesterday and closed at $48.36/b. WTI opened at $48.04/b today, a decline of $0.5[...]
WTI crude prices have retreated to the $48.50-$48.75/b range this morning. Yesterday brought a rally that reclaimed the $50/b mark for a time, but prices subsided through closing, [...]
WTI crude prices are in the $49.25-$49.50/b range this morning. WTI opened at $49.93/b today, a significant recovery of $1.18, or 2.42%, above Friday’s opening price. Current price[...]
Gasoline prices heading into the 2017 Memorial Day weekend average $2.40 per gallon (gal) nationally, up from last year’s price of $2.30/gal before the holiday weekend. Despi[...]

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