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Crude unchanged

Posted on: September 18, 2017

It goes without saying that the 2017 Hurricane season has been unrelenting and devastating so far. To make matters worse the possibility that Hurricane Jose may threaten New York City and East Coast refiners has brought down WTI. There was some support, in part, with the release of the Baker Hughes rig count falling by 7 to 749.

The spread between Brent/WTI has narrowed with the resumption of refining operation post-Harvey. WTI prompt did not change in settlement on Friday.


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