January 2016 – Crude Oil Brent vs. WTI Forward Curve (NYMEX)


MMA - Brent vs WTI  FC Jan 2016

The ZEMA graph shows January 2016 Brent and WTI forward curves in comparison to the previous month’s forward curves, based on NYMEX average settle prices. Units are in USD/bbl.

The curves for the both benchmarks have shifted even lower by almost 10 USD/bbl over the last month on the failure by OPEC to secure the control over high levels of crude production outstripping demand.

Data Sources: NYMEX


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