Alaska crude nears $74, hits new record
The price for North Slope oil hit a record $73.89 July 5 on West Coast open markets. The previous record of $72.88 was set May 2.
Other grades of oil also jumped, propelled by a rally in gasoline that analysts said could send average U.S. pump prices past $3 a gallon.
Recent snags in oil shipping an....
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