Dec 19 2015

Urals oil price

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Daily Prices | US$ per Barrel*


Date Urals Crude Oil Brent Crude Oil WTI Crude Oil
January 4, 2016 33.83 37.30 36.78
January 5, 2016 33.06 36.42 35.97
January 6, 2016 32.12 34.23 33.97
January 7, 2016 31.67 33.77 33.27
January 8, 2016 31.11 33.55 33.16
January 11, 2016 28.96 31.55 31.41
January 12, 2016 27.62 30.86 30.44
January 13, 2016 27.09 30.31 30.48
January 14, 2016 27.84 31.03 31.20
January 15, 2016 27.97 31.01 29.42
January 18, 2016 27.12 28.79 29.98
January 19, 2016 26.94 28.76 28.46
January 20, 2016 25.96 27.88 26.55
January 21, 2016 26.57 29.25 29.53
January 22, 2016 29.40 32.18 32.19
January 25, 2016 27.74 30.50 30.34
January 26, 2016 28.94 31.65 31.31
January 27, 2016 30.03 32.80 31.97
January 28, 2016 31.50 33.89 33.22
January 29, 2016 31.86 34.74 33.62

*Barrel (bbl) – unit of volume for crude oil and petroleum products. 1 bbl corresponds 42 US gallons or 35 UK (imperial) gallons, or approximately 159 liters.

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Urals Crude Oil – export oil mix (a mix of heavy and high-grade oil of Urals with light oil of Western Siberia), extracted in Khanty-Mansiysk autonomous region, Bashkortostan and Tatarstan. Urals brand oil is supplied through the Baku-Novorossiysk pipeline and the Druzhba pipeline system. World’s largest Urals oil producers – “Rosneft”, “Lukoil”, “Surgutneftegaz”, “Gazprom Neft”, “TNK-BP” and “Tatneft”. Oil futures class Urals trade on the stock exchange Russian Trading System (RTS). On the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX) “Urals” is known under the name of REBCO (Russian Export Blend Crude Oil) and traded under ticker symbol RE in U.S. dollars per barrel. Brent crude is traded on the electronic IntercontinentalExchange (ICE) under ticker symbol LCO in U.S. dollars. Light sweet crude oil is traded on the NYMEX under ticker symbol CL.

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