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Brent vs. WTI Spread

Question asked by paula.waggoner Advocate on Mar 3, 2015
Latest reply on Mar 9, 2015 by kimberly.wilson

Brent vs. WTI crude spread is $10.56/bbl today. Conceptually (ok lets assume no hedging; also I realize the actual price producers get is a little different based on their location and their contracts), that means independent US producers get lower #price for their #crude. I am curious if anyone has ever commented on what percentage of that spread is attributed to the US export ban.  Got you curious too? 

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