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Crude oil prices in 2020 were the lowest in more than 15 years (1/6/2021)

In the first half of 2020, responses to the COVID-19 pandemic led to steep declines in petroleum demand, highly volatile crude oil markets, and rising U.S. and global liquid fuels inventories. In January 2020, the first case of COVID-19 in the United States was confirmed, and on March 13, the President declared a national emergency. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude oil futures prices fell to less than zero during the day on April 20 and 21, the first time the price for the WTI futures contract fell lower than zero since trading began in 1983. Brent crude oil futures prices did not fall lower than zero, but nonetheless declined to $19 per barrel (b) on April 21, the lowest nominal price since February 7, 2002 (Figure 1)—although in real terms the price was much lower. The second half of 2020, however, was characterized by relatively stable prices as demand began to increase, global production fell—primarily because members of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and partner countries (OPEC+) cut production—and inventories fell. Across all of 2020, the price for WTI averaged $39/b, the lowest in nominal terms since 2003, and the price for Brent averaged $43/b, the lowest in nominal terms since 2004. ... Via EIA: This Week in Petroleum http://www.eia.gov/oog/info/twip/twip.asp

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