U.S. crude oil stockpiles decline in latest weekStaff Writer | July 20, 2016
U.S. oil inventories decreased last week, as did those for some of the main oil products.
Energy The U.S. Department of Energy:
Gasoline inventories on the other hand rose by 900,000 barrels while those of distillates dipped 200,000.
Oil imports during the reference week registered an increase of 293,000 a day.
Refiners operated at 93.2% of their operating capacity last week.
As of 16:13 BST front month Brent crude oil futures were up by 0.554% to $46.92 per barrel on the ICE. ■