Operations in the American Wells make barrel fall

After high in the price of the barrel of oil since August 2017, it has fallen again this week. The decline in value was given to the number of wells and platforms in operation in the United States that rose from 747 to 759.

The movement on the platforms caused future contracts to operate in a fall. The barrel of the WTI for Marco fell 0.57%, passing to us $65.7, while Brent for April had declined 0.84%, at us $69.56 the barrel. Data from a North American company show that the total number of operations combined with natural gas went from 936 to 947. It seems that American oil remains in pursuit of the commodity appreciation.

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