International oil prices “jumped 2.37%” on February 5, and are set to rise again this year

2022-07-14 0 By

Oil prices closed higher this morning, bringing the price of oil to its third straight gain, pushing U.S. crude above $92 a barrel and Brent crude above $93 a barrel, setting a new high in recent days.Light crude oil for March delivery rose $2.04, or 2.26%, to settle at $92.31 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.London Brent crude for April delivery rose $2.16, or 2.37 percent, to settle at $93.27 a barrel.The latest news of oil price adjustment: the new oil price adjustment will be carried out at 24:00 on February 17th after the New Year. Currently, it is expected to raise oil price by 75 yuan/ton (0.06 yuan/liter -0.07 yuan/liter). If you want to know how much oil price will eventually rise in advance, please pay attention to the news of “latest oil price inquiry” public account.Severe winter storms are now sweeping across the north and east of the United States, bringing heavy snow and making travel nearly impossible.The winter storm sweeping the United States has also raised the threat of supply disruptions.Edward Moya, senior market analyst at OANDA, said: “International oil prices surged again after an Arctic storm moved across Texas, disrupting some oil production.”U.S. commercial inventories fell by 1 million barrels a day in the week ended January 28, the first decline in three weeks, official data showed.Us oil production, on the other hand, fell by 100,000 barrels a day to 11.5m b/d, the lowest level since November 19.”We expect the sequential decline in global inventories to reverse as soon as the second quarter of 2022 and continue to rise over the next 15-18 months,” Citi research analysts said in a report released late on Thursday.To know the price of oil ahead of time, pay attention to the headline “Oil price knew”