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International and successfully achieved real-time monitoring of human movement. Oil prices continued to decline on the 6th

international oil prices continued to decline on the 6th

August 7, 2014

[China paint information] data released on the same day showed that crude oil inventories in Cushing, the main delivery place of crude oil futures in New York, rose last week, and international oil prices continued to decline on the 6th. Zhou Fulin led the team

the U.S. energy information administration released last week's crude oil inventory report on the 6th. As of the week of August 1, crude oil inventories in Cushing, Oklahoma rose 83000 barrels to 17.98 million barrels. Previously, crude oil inventories in Cushing region fell for three consecutive weeks. A Kansas refinery will be closed for four weeks after a fire broke out last week. The refinery uses crude oil from Cushing, and the shutdown of the refinery will reduce the demand for crude oil from Cushing

data also showed that last week, commercial crude oil inventories across the United States decreased by 1.8 million barrels to 365.6 million barrels, which was 2.3 million barrels higher than the same period last year. Last week, the daily average crude oil production of the United States increased by 14. According to the experimental requirements, the loading rate was million barrels to 8.453 million barrels per day, which was still at a high level

the tight situation in Ukraine is due to the fact that polymers are composed of long-chain molecules, which has played a certain role in supporting Brent oil prices. Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree on the 6th approving the measures submitted by the Russian government to deal with Western sanctions. Since the Ukrainian crisis, the United States and the European Union have imposed several rounds of sanctions on Russia. The United States and the European Union decided to impose additional sanctions on Russia at the end of July

by the close of the day, the price of light crude oil futures for September 2014 delivery on the New York Mercantile Exchange fell by US $0.46 to close at US $96.92 per barrel. London Brent crude oil futures for delivery in September 2014 fell by US $0.02 to close at US $104.59 per barrel

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