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2024-04-22 Monday
  • 22:36:23

    EIA report: U.S. crude oil exports decreased by 1.861 million barrels per day to 2.876 million barrels per day in the week of May 5.

  • 22:35:46

    EIA report: Commercial crude oil inventories excluding strategic reserves increased by 2.951 million barrels to 462.6 million barrels, an increase of 0.6%.

  • 22:34:56

    EIA report: U.S. East Coast crude oil inventories rose to the highest level since the end of May 2022 in the week of May 5.

  • 22:34:35

    EIA report: The U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve fell to its lowest level since October 1983 in the week of May 5.

  • 22:34:24

    EIA report: Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR) inventories fell by 2.9 million barrels to 462.6 million barrels last week, a decrease of 0.6%.

  • 22:33:01

    In the United States, the EIA strategic oil reserve inventory in the week to May 5 was -2.9 million barrels, and the previous value was -2.004 million barrels.

  • 22:32:42

    In the United States, the utilization rate of EIA refinery equipment in the week to May 5 was 91%, expected to be 91.4%, and the previous value was 90.7%.

  • 22:30:31

    After the release of the EIA data, the short-term fluctuations in the oil prices of the United States and Burundi were not large.

  • 22:30:14

    The U.S. imported 105,000 barrels per day of EIA refined oil products in the week to May 5, compared with the previous value of -508,000 barrels per day.

  • 22:30:13

    The U.S. EIA put into production 10,000 barrels per day of crude oil in the week to May 5, compared with the previous value of -98,000 barrels per day.

  • 22:30:10

    In the United States until May 5, EIA distilled fuel oil production derived demand data was 5.3127 million barrels per day, compared with the previous value of 4.89 million barrels per day.

  • 22:30:09

    The United States imported 1.018 million barrels of EIA crude oil in the week to May 5, compared with the previous value of 102,000 barrels.

  • 22:30:08

    In the United States, the EIA crude oil inventory in Cushing, Oklahoma, in the week to May 5 was 397,000 barrels, compared with the previous value of 541,000 barrels.

  • 22:30:07

    The EIA gasoline inventory in the United States for the week to May 5 was -3.167 million barrels, expected to be -1.233 million barrels, and the previous value was 1.742 million barrels.

  • 22:30:06

    The U.S. EIA refined oil inventory in the week to May 5 was -4.17 million barrels, expected to be -808,000 barrels, and the previous value was -1.19 million barrels.

  • 22:30:05

    The U.S. EIA crude oil inventory for the week to May 5 was 2.951 million barrels, expected to be -917,000 barrels, and the previous value was -1.281 million barrels.

  • 22:27:16

    White House: Gasoline prices have dropped nearly $1.50 from their summer peak, and grocery prices have actually fallen over the past two months, giving households some breathing room.

  • 22:23:41

    White House: With the US economy and job market strong, the annual inflation rate has fallen for 10 consecutive months, and the unemployment rate is at its lowest level in more than 50 years.

  • 22:20:37

    The White House: The results of the CPI report are progressive, and debt default is the biggest threat.

  • 22:20:00

    The U.S. EIA crude oil inventory and strategic petroleum reserve inventory for the week ending May 5 will be announced in ten minutes.

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