Here's the latest report below provided by Hedge Solutions highlighting some of the factors driving energy and heating oil pricing for New Englanders as we come to the end of July 2017.
U.S. Onshore Rig Count Additions Have Slowed
Front-month WTI crude futures prices traded on NYMEX have fallen from the $50 - $55/bbl range they traded in for much of the first quarter of the year, to a low of $42.05 last month and highs in both June and last week of under $50/bbl. Amid the weaker prices, rig count additions have slowed in recent weeks, and we saw a rare decline last week, according to data from Baker Hughes.
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