EIA forecasts Brent to average $65 in 2020
July price averaged $64 per barrel, down $10 from last July; expected to average $64 for rest of year on relatively balanced market
The U.S. Energy Information Administrationís August Short-Term Energy Outlook, released Aug. 6, says Brent crude oil spot prices averaged $64 per barrel in July, almost unchanged from June, but $10 lower than the price in July 2018. The agency forecasts an average Brent spot price of $64 for the sec....
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