The addition of American crude oil to the Brent benchmark had an immediate impact on global oil prices.
They're making less on crude, more on refining it.
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Austin Golding says his family's barge business was able to plan ahead, but it's still costing the company money and productivity.
Gas prices are based on oil prices, and traders are getting nervous about a potential ban on imported Russian oil.
The way U.S. oil refineries are set up has a lot to do with it.
At this point, oil is like that broken-down car you pay to have towed off to the junkyard.
If you're a consumer stuck in lockdown, you may not benefit from lower prices.
Oil producers would have to pay someone to take oil off their hands.