Odessa, TX – The barrel of crude continues to make a slow recovery, starting in the mid $30’s to begin this week. The soft numbers come as the resource battles a coronavirus-driven slowdown.
Crude Oil WTI (NYM $/bbl)
Last Updated: June 4, 2020 at 6:00 p.m. CDT
|Crude Oil Jul 2020||37.61||0.80||36.86||37.88||36.80|
|Crude Oil Front Month||37.61||0.80||36.86||37.88||36.80|
|Crude Oil Aug 2020||37.84||0.78||37.09||38.09||37.03|
|Crude Oil Sep 2020||38.08||0.73||37.33||38.30||37.29|
|Crude Oil Oct 2020||38.21||0.68||37.54||38.42||37.50|
|Crude Oil Nov 2020||38.34||0.63||37.67||38.55||37.67|
|Crude Oil Dec 2020||38.56||0.65||37.91||38.73||37.87|
|Crude Oil Jan 2021||38.73||0.63||38.29||38.83||38.14|
|Crude Oil Feb 2021||38.91||0.63||38.50||38.95||38.50|
|Crude Oil Mar 2021||39.07||0.60||38.56||39.15||38.47|
West Texas Intermediate crude settled in and stabilized in the $30s over the month of May.