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  Name Symbol Last Chg. % Vol. Time
ETFS Brent Oil 1 Month USD OILB 31.98 +0.38% 3.33K 10:53:34
Boost WTI Oil 3X Short Daily 3OIS 10.35 -0.10% 0.40K 08:46:54
Boost Brent Oil 3X Leverage Daily 3BRL 39.56 +0.00% 23/12
ETFS Commodity Securities Brent Crude BRNT 30.67 +0.00% 23/12
ETFS Leveraged Brent Crude LBRT 59.67 0.00% 23/12
ETFS Short Brent Crude SBRT 49.09 +0.00% 23/12
United States Brent Oil BNO 20.80 +0.82% 132.28K 23/12

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  Name Symbol Last Chg. % Vol. Time
United States Oil USO 12.70 +0.63% 6.56M 04:59:58
ProShares UltraShort Bloomberg Crude Oil SCO 12.2900 -1.29% 1.10M 04:46:47
ProShares Ultra Bloomberg Crude Oil UCO 20.22 +1.35% 947.24K 04:59:54
iPath S&P GSCI Crude Oil Total Return OILNF 6.90 +0.73% 60.00K 04:57:00
iPath Series B S&P GSCI Crude Oil TR OIL 12.480 +0.65% 27.56K 09:00:00
United States 12 Month Oil USL 22.86 +0.48% 7.62K 04:12:06
DB Crude Oil Double Short Exp 01 Jun 2038 DTO 46.50 -1.65% 3.25K 03:44:53

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Crude Oil Futures Exchanges

You can trade Crude Oil futures at New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX) and Tokyo Commodity Exchange (TOCOM).

NYMEX Light Sweet Crude Oil futures prices are quoted in dollars and cents per barrel and are traded in lot sizes of 1000 barrels (42000 gallons).

NYMEX Brent Crude Oil futures are traded in units of 1000 barrels (42000 gallons) and contract prices are quoted in dollars and cents per barrel.

TOCOM Crude Oil futures prices are quoted in yen per kiloliter and are traded in lot sizes of 50 kiloliters (13210 gallons).

Exchange & Product Name Symbol Contract Size Initial Margin
NYMEX Light Sweet Crude Oil Futures(Price Quotes) CL 1000 barrels(Full Contract Spec) USD 9,113 (approx. 23%)(Latest Margin Info)
NYMEX Brent Crude Oil Futures(Price Quotes) BZ 1000 barrels(Full Contract Spec) USD 12,825 (approx. 29%)(Latest Margin Info)
TOCOM Crude Oil Futures(Price Quotes) 50 kiloliters(Full Contract Spec) JPY 210,000 (approx. 17%)(Latest Margin Info)

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iPath S&P GSCI Crude Oil Total Return OILNF 6.90 +0.73% 60.00K 23/12
iPath Series B S&P GSCI Crude Oil TR OIL 12.480 +0.65% 27.56K 23/12
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Crude Oil Commodity Power RankingsNew

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Aggregate AUM:

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  Name Symbol Last Chg. % Vol. Time
United States Oil USO 12.70 +0.63% 6.56M 23/12
ProShares UltraShort Bloomberg Crude Oil SCO 12.2900 -1.29% 1.10M 23/12
ProShares Ultra Bloomberg Crude Oil UCO 20.22 +1.35% 947.24K 23/12
iPath S&P GSCI Crude Oil Total Return OILNF 6.90 +0.73% 60.00K 23/12
iPath Series B S&P GSCI Crude Oil TR OIL 12.480 +0.65% 27.56K 02:00:00
United States 12 Month Oil USL 22.86 +0.48% 7.62K 23/12
DB Crude Oil Double Short Exp 01 Jun 2038 DTO 46.50 -1.65% 3.25K 23/12

Where traders around the world get their data

Since 1929, API’s Weekly Statistical Bulletin (WSB) has reported total U.S. and regional crude inventories and data related to refinery operations, as well as the production, imports, and inventories of the four major petroleum products: motor gasoline, kerosene jet fuel, distillate fuel oil, and residual fuel oil. These products represent more than 80 percent of total refinery production. The WSB also reports on the production, imports, and inventories of several subcategories of these products as well as imports and inventories of unfinished oils, crude oil imports and production, and refinery input and capacity data.

Facts versus Myths

Don’t quote the myths, get the facts!

Myth: API only collects data from its members.
Fact: API collects data from members and non-members.

Myth: API’s WSB is an estimate while EIA’s report is a census.
Fact: Neither API nor EIA collect 100% of the data. Both publish estimates every week.

Myth: Sometimes respondents give API incomplete data.
Fact: API collects an exact copy of the data submitted to EIA. Respondents send data to API using the same weekly survey forms that EIA uses.

Myth: As reporting to API is voluntary, its estimates should be taken with a grain of salt.
Fact: It is true that companies voluntarily send API a copy of the data they send to EIA; however, the fact that they do so voluntarily is irrelevant. Both API and EIA are on record stating that their reported weekly data cover roughly 90% of the industry. Since API and EIA need only estimate the remaining 10%, differences in their weekly estimates can be largely attributed to statistical noise.

Myth: API’s WSB estimates are not accurate.
Fact: Both API and EIA publish extremely accurate estimates every week. In fact – when looking at recent data for Crude, Gasoline, and Distillate stocks – the monthly estimates are within 1% of each other about 81% of the time. To verify API’s WSB data accuracy, we urge analysts and reporters to compare our WSB to the definitive numbers published in the EIA’s Petroleum Supply Monthly.

Gaining Access to the WSB

API makes its reports available solely via subscription purchase through our authorized distributor, Refinitiv (formerly Thomson Reuters Financial & Risk).

Contract Description

URALS-PRIMORSK
Settlement method: Deliverable
Product Symbol: U
Underlying asset: Russian export URALS grade crude oil
Hub Name: Primorsk
Currency: US Dollars and cents
Contract Size: 1,000 bbls
Standard Delivery: 720,000 bbls
Min Price Flux (per barrel): USD 0.01
Min Price Flux (per contract): USD 10
Last Trading Day: 21 days prior to the first calendar day of the delivery month – for real life monthly futures.
Delivery Period: Delivery Month
Delivery Price: Final Settlement Price of the futures contract set on the Last Trading Day.
Performance Procedure: The parties enter into Physical Contracts at the SPIMEX Derivatives Market on the terms and conditions and under the procedure set forth in the relevant Contract Specifications, the Trading Rules and the in-house regulations of the Clearing House.

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  Name Symbol Last Chg. % Vol. Time
United States Oil USO 12.70 +0.63% 6.56M 23/12
ProShares UltraShort Bloomberg Crude Oil SCO 12.2900 -1.29% 1.10M 23/12
ProShares Ultra Bloomberg Crude Oil UCO 20.22 +1.35% 947.24K 23/12
iPath S&P GSCI Crude Oil Total Return OILNF 6.90 +0.73% 60.00K 23/12
iPath Series B S&P GSCI Crude Oil TR OIL 12.480 +0.65% 27.56K 23/12
United States 12 Month Oil USL 22.86 +0.48% 7.62K 23/12
DB Crude Oil Double Short Exp 01 Jun 2038 DTO 46.50 -1.65% 3.25K 23/12

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  Name Symbol Last Chg. % Vol. Time
United States Oil USO 12.70 +0.63% 6.56M 23/12
ProShares UltraShort Bloomberg Crude Oil SCO 12.2900 -1.29% 1.10M 23/12
ProShares Ultra Bloomberg Crude Oil UCO 20.22 +1.35% 947.24K 23/12
iPath S&P GSCI Crude Oil Total Return OILNF 6.90 +0.73% 60.00K 23/12
iPath Series B S&P GSCI Crude Oil TR OIL 12.480 +0.65% 27.56K 23/12
United States 12 Month Oil USL 22.86 +0.48% 7.62K 23/12
DB Crude Oil Double Short Exp 01 Jun 2038 DTO 46.50 -1.65% 3.25K 23/12
USCF US 3x Short Oil Fund USOD 6.1500 0.00% 12/12

Oil Prices 1946-Present

The first table shows the Annual Average Crude Oil Price from 1946 to the present. Prices are adjusted for Inflation to February 2019 prices using the Consumer Price Index (CPI-U) as presented by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Note: Since these are ANNUAL Average prices they will not show the absolute peak price and will differ slightly from the Monthly Averages in our Oil Price Data in Chart Form.

The second table presents the monthly average crude oil prices for Illinois Sweet Crude plus their inflation adjusted prices from 2011-2019.

Inflation adjusted oil prices reached an all-time low in 1998 (lower than the price in 1946)! And then just ten years later in June 2008 Oil prices were at the all time monthly high for crude oil (above the 1979-1980 prices) in real inflation adjusted terms (although not quite on an annual basis).

Prices are based on historical free market (stripper) oil prices of Illinois Crude as presented by Plains All American. Typically Illinois Crude is a couple of dollars cheaper per barrel than West Texas Intermediate (WTI) because it requires a bit more refining.

Price controlled prices were lower during the 1970’s but resulted in artificially created gas lines and shortages and do not reflect the true free market price. Stripper prices were allowed for individual wells under special circumstances (i.e. the wells were at the end of their life cycle) but the oil they produced represented the actual free market prices of the time.

What are Commodities

Commodities are natural products that are generally consumed by people, animals or industry such as oil, sugar and wheat. Commodities have been traded for thousands of years and have always had an important economic impact on people and nations throughout history.

Commodity trading is just as important today, with commodities playing a crucial role in global economics. Commodity markets can be easier to understand than other financial markets because prices are influenced by more obvious contributing factors. They reflect the fortunes of industries like the oil business or farming. Prices are informed by supply and demand issues that are easy to grasp.

The majority of commodities traded today can be split into three main areas:

Energy

Energy commodities are pumped out of the ground. They have a particularly strong influence over the global economy, and are also in turn influenced by demand from the global economy. Examples include:

  • US Crude Oil
  • UK Crude Oil
  • Natural Gas

Agricultural — ‘Soft Commodities’

Soft commodities are generally agricultural commodities that are grown or bred for human consumption, as opposed to commodities that are mined. Soft commodities are important in futures markets where people speculate on price fluctuations as supply and demand changes. They are also used by the farmers who produce these commodities to lock in the future price of their produce, and by commercial consumers and resellers of these goods. Examples of soft commodities include:

  • Coffee
  • Corn
  • Cotton
  • Orange Juice
  • Soy Bean Oil
  • Wheat

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  • Copper
  • Gold
  • Palladium
  • Platinum
  • Silver

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  Name Symbol Last Chg. % Vol. Time
United States Oil USO 12.70 +0.63% 6.56M 07:59:58
ProShares UltraShort Bloomberg Crude Oil SCO 12.2900 -1.29% 1.10M 07:46:47
ProShares Ultra Bloomberg Crude Oil UCO 20.22 +1.35% 947.24K 07:59:54
iPath S&P GSCI Crude Oil Total Return OILNF 6.90 +0.73% 60.00K 07:57:00
iPath Series B S&P GSCI Crude Oil TR OIL 12.480 +0.65% 27.56K 12:00:00
United States 12 Month Oil USL 22.86 +0.48% 7.62K 07:12:06
DB Crude Oil Double Short Exp 01 Jun 2038 DTO 46.50 -1.65% 3.25K 06:44:53

Monthly Average Domestic Crude Oil Prices

Monthly Average Domestic Crude Oil  Prices
2011-2019
Year Nominal Price Inflation Adjusted Price
Jan-11 $84.47 $96.96
Feb-11 $81.32 $92.88
Mar-11 $94.72 $107.14
Apr-11 $102.15 $114.81
May-11 $92.92 $103.95
Jun-11 $87.92 $98.46
Jul-11 $88.82 $99.38
Aug-11 $77.72 $86.72
Sep-11 $77.31 $86.13
Oct-11 $78.00 $87.08
Nov-11 $88.78 $99.19
Dec-11 $90.30 $101.15
Jan-12 $91.71 $102.27
Feb-12 $94.06 $104.44
Mar-12 $98.04 $108.03
Apr-12 $95.11 $104.49
May-12 $86.20 $94.81
Jun-12 $74.33 $81.88
Jul-12 $79.65 $87.88
Aug-12 $87.13 $95.60
Sep-12 $87.89 $96.01
Oct-12 $82.54 $90.20
Nov-12 $79.67 $87.48
Dec-12 $81.23 $89.42
Jan-13 $87.65 $96.22
Feb-13 $88.40 $96.25
Mar-13 $86.23 $93.64
Apr-13 $84.83 $92.22
May-13 $87.93 $95.41
Jun-13 $88.58 $95.89
Jul-13 $97.77 $105.79
Aug-13 $101.75 $109.97
Sep-13 $99.40 $107.31
Oct-13 $93.69 $101.40
Nov-13 $86.96 $94.31
Dec-13 $90.90 $98.59
Jan-14 $87.82 $94.90
Feb-14 $93.44 $100.60
Mar-14 $93.66 $100.19
Apr-14 $95.20 $101.51
May-14 $94.82 $100.75
Jun-14 $98.18 $104.12
Jul-14 $95.46 $101.28
Aug-14 $89.20 $94.80
Sep-14 $86.07 $91.40
Oct-14 $77.44 $82.45
Nov-14 $68.62 $73.45
Dec-14 $47.25 $50.86
Jan-15 $40.96 $44.30
Feb-15 $43.85 $47.22
Mar-15 $40.74 $43.62
Apr-15 $47.10 $50.32
May-15 $52.45 $55.75
Jun-15 $52.74 $55.87
Jul-15 $44.43 $47.06
Aug-15 $36.17 $38.36
Sep-15 $38.41 $40.80
Oct-15 $39.40 $41.87
Nov-15 $35.73 $38.05
Dec-15 $30.27 $32.35
Jan-16 $25.27 $26.96
Feb-16 $23.58 $25.14
Mar-16 $31.08 $32.99
Apr-16 $34.01 $35.93
May-16 $39.88 $41.96
Jun-16 $41.69 $43.72
Jul-16 $38.05 $39.97
Aug-16 $37.99 $39.87
Sep-16 $37.98 $39.76
Oct-16 $42.81 $44.77
Nov-16 $38.56 $40.39
Dec-16 $45.19 $47.31
Jan-17 $45.75 $47.62
Feb-17 $46.53 $48.28
Mar-17 $42.65 $44.22
Apr-17 $44.12 $45.61
May-17 $41.56 $42.93
Jun-17 $38.21 $39.43
Jul-17 $39.60 $40.89
Aug-17 $41.20 $42.42
Sep-17 $42.56 $43.59
Oct-17 $44.56 $45.66
Nov-17 $49.77 $51.00
Dec-17 $51.07 $52.37
Jan-18 $56.60 $57.72
Feb-18 $55.22 $56.06
Mar-18 $55.93 $56.65
Apr-18 $59.30 $59.83
May-18 $62.87 $63.17
Jun-18 $60.25 $60.44
Jul-18 $63.90 $64.09
Aug-18 $60.78 $60.93
Sep-18 $63.07 $63.15
Oct-18 $63.69 $63.67
Nov-18 $49.83 $49.98
Dec-18 $41.81 $42.06
Jan-19 $44.46 $44.65
Feb-19 $48.04 $48.04

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SPIMEX Urals Crude Deliverable Futures

A new oil pricing mechanism exists in the form of the deliverable SPIMEX Urals Crude Futures contract. It allows -to set a direct quotation for exported Russian oil without reference to other crude oil grades traded in the global energy markets.

Transparent price discovery process is based on exchange-traded futures contract which reflects supply and demand equilibrium. Such equilibrium is the result of a large number of trades concluded on the exchange by a wide range of market participants thus setting an arm’s length price for the relevant commodity.

In this field, SPIMEX cooperates with the Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation, the Federal Antimonopoly Service of Russia, the Bank of Russia and key Russian oil producers. The delivarable SPIMEX Urals Crude Futures contract was launched on 29 November 2016.

Access to the SPIMEX futures contract trades is granted to Russian and foreign legal entities and to Russian individual entrepreneurs as well. Only legal entities (both Russian residents and non-residents) are able to conduct physical deliveries of crude oil.

The SPIMEX Urals Crude Futures contract is settled by physical delivery upon expiration. Such a futures contract has a direct link with the crude oil spot market and prevents price manipulation. Physical delivery of crude oil under the contract is effected against positions opened as of the relevant contract expiration date.

Terms and conditions of the physical delivery are set out by SPIMEX along with key Russian oil producers in line with the current market practice. Crude oil under the futures contract is delivered on FOB Primorsk basis by standard deliveries, each equal to 720,000 bbls (approx. 100,000 mt, i.e. a full cargo).

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Crude Oil Futures Trading Basics

Consumers and producers of crude oil can manage crude oil price risk by purchasing and selling crude oil futures. Crude Oil producers can employ a short hedge to lock in a selling price for the crude oil they produce while businesses that require crude oil can utilize a long hedge to secure a purchase price for the commodity they need.

Crude Oil futures are also traded by speculators who assume the price risk that hedgers try to avoid in return for a chance to profit from favorable crude oil price movement. Speculators buy crude oil futures when they believe that crude oil prices will go up. Conversely, they will sell crude oil futures when they think that crude oil prices will fall.

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Malta Financial Services Authority (Malta), Dubai Financial Services Authority (United Arab Emirates), Financial Market Supervisory Authority (Switzerland), The Securities and Futures Commission (Hong Kong) $1000 Start Trading
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Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (Cyprus), Australian Securities and Investments Commission (Australia), International Financial Services Commission (Belize) $5 Start Trading

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