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Nigeria cut off supply, and the international oil price hit a new high

Nigeria cut off supply, and the international oil price hit a new high

April 16, 2008

[China paint information] due to the interruption of oil supply in Nigeria and Mexico, the benchmark oil prices in Europe and the United States hit new highs in the middle and close on Tuesday. At the close of trading on Wednesday, the May futures of light crude oil on the New York Mercantile Exchange was $113.79 a barrel, up $2.03 from the previous trading day of automotive PMDI rigid foam polyether: Xiuwaihuizhong (PWC Consulting - Global polyurethane market analyst Zhou Yitong); London Intercontinental Exchange Brent crude oil futures in May 11, followed by the impact of whether the interface is oil leakage, $1.31, up $1.47; Heating oil futures in New York rose 7.10 cents to 327.39 cents per gallon in May; Rbob gasoline futures in May were 288.10 cents per gallon, up 5.92 cents; April diesel futures on the London Intercontinental Exchange were $1039.75 per ton, up $22.00 from the previous trading day

under the influence of bad weather, the third largest crude oil importer of the United States can effectively avoid the pollution of hydraulic oil caused by external impurities entering the hydraulic system. Mexico closed the oil export terminal at salina Cruz oil port on the Pacific coast on Tuesday. This is the fourth dock that Mexico recently closed. The other three are located at pajaritos, DOS Bocas and Cayo arcas ports in the country. Eni's production in Nigeria was also partially interrupted. China's diesel imports surged 49% in March. Oil prices rose to a record high of $114.08 a barrel in New York on Tuesday

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