U.S. OIL PRICES UP
According to EIA:
Monthly average crude oil prices for April rose in all categories of sale. The average domestic crude oil first purchase price increased $3.72 (11.7%), to $35.59 per barrel.
The average free-on-board (f.o.b.) cost of imported crude oil rose $3.48 (11.7%) to $33.14 per barrel. The average landed cost of foreign crude oil increased $3.44 (10.9%), to $34.94 per barrel.
The average refiner acquisition cost for domestic crude oil climbed $4.03 (11.4%), to $39.34 per barrel. The average cost of imported crude oil rose $3.69 (11.5%), to $35.90 per barrel. The composite refiner acquisition cost for crude oil increased $3.91 (11.6%), to $37.73 per barrel.
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