U.S. crude oil inventories rose unexpectedly and international oil prices fell sharply on the 19th. According to the crude oil data released by the U.S. energy information administration on the 19th, the U.S. national commercial crude oil inventory was 456.2 million barrels last week, an increase of 2.6 million barrels. The current inventory level has increased by 93.7 million barrels compared with the same period last year. Last week, the crude oil inventory in Cushing, Oklahoma, the main delivery place of U.S. crude oil futures, was 57.4 million barrels, an increase of 300000 barrels. Last week, the average daily crude oil output of the United States was 9.348 million barrels, a decrease of 47000 barrels
the improvement of shale oil exploitation technology has led to the urgent production of 20 infrared thermometers for calibration and measurement standards for Hubei Province (two sets of U.S. crude oil have been sent out. According to the data released by Baker Hughes, the U.S. oilfield technology service company, despite the continuous decline in oil prices, the number of oil field drilling wells operated in the United States rose for the fourth consecutive week last week.
as of the close of the day, the futures price of light crude oil for September delivery on the New York Mercantile Exchange fell by $1.82 to close at $40.8 per barrel, a decline of 4.27%. London Brent crude oil futures for October delivery Fell $1.65 to close at $47.16 per barrel. 1. Main engine maintenance:, down 3.38%
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