Crude Oil Prices 2019

The table shows the daily closing prices for Brent, WTI and Urals Crude Oil (US$/Barrel)

Date Urals * Brent WTI
June 12 58.70 59.97 51.14
June 13 57.00 61.31 52.28
June 14 57.75 62.01 52.51
June 17 58.10 60.94 51.93
June 18 57.15 62.14 53.90
June 19 58.55 61.82 53.76
June 20 58.05 64.45 56.65
June 21 60.05 65.20 57.43
June 24 60.75 64.86 57.90

* the price is based on the Urals/Brent differential

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

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 Druzhba pipeline and the Baku-Novorossiysk pipeline. The world’s largest Urals crude oil producers are “Rosneft”, “Lukoil”, “Surgutneftegas”, “Gazprom Neft” and “Tatneft”. Urals Crude futures are traded on the Saint Petersburg International Mercantile Exchange (SPIMEX) under ticker symbol “U” in U.S. dollars.

Brent Crude futures are traded on the Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) under ticker symbol B in U.S. dollars. Brent –°rude futures are also traded on the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX) with the symbol “BZ”. Brent blend is a light crude oil (LCO) which contains approximately 0.37% of sulphur, however, not sweet as West Texas Intermediate (WTI). WTI futures is traded on the NYMEX under ticker symbol “CL”.