Brent, WTI crude oil prices down in July
Energy Information Administrationís short-term outlook says marketís perception of risk down; US production hits 8.5 million bpd
July crude oil and natural gas prices were both down from June, based on market perception in the case of oil and production in the case of gas.
In its August Short-Term Energy Outlook the U.S. Energy Information Administration said the Brent crude oil spot price dropped in July to an average of $1....
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WTI down in July
Non-OPEC production up
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