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Video Interview: Implications of Negative WTI

On 20 April, a historic drop of oil prices occurred, as front-month Nymex West Texas Intermediate (WTI) futures contract dove into negative territory for the first time ever. The May WTI contract settled at a record low, falling by $55.90 to -$37.63/bbl. May WTI established a low of -$40.32/bbl before the settlement. 

JPT Digital Editor Trent Jacobs interviewed Rystad Energy Senior Oil Analyst Christopher Page on 22 April to discuss the implications of this event. 

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Video Interview: Implications of Negative WTI

Trent Jacobs, JPT Digital Editor

28 April 2020

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