EIA expects Brent to continue to weaken
Spot prices down on restart of some crude production in Libya, moderated concerns over conflict in Syria; WTI also projected down
Brent crude oil spot prices are down from a recent September peak, the U.S. Energy Information Administration said in its September short-term energy outlook.
Brent crude oil spot prices peaked at $117 per barrel early in September, the EIA said Oct. 8, but were at $108 per barrel at the end of the....
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