EIA expects stronger spring crude market
Oil prices still fluctuating; $81 per barrel average expected in second half of 2010, $84 in 2011; forecast good for natural gas
While crude oil prices continue to fluctuate, the U.S. Energy Information Administration expects the crude oil market to strengthen this spring, with West Texas Intermediate crude oil prices averaging about $81 per barrel in the second half of the year and $84 in 2011.
In its Feb. 10 short-term ene....
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Oil market projected to tighten
Spare capacity way up
Natural gas consumption expected to grow
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