Baghdad, The price of Basra Light crude increased, today, Thursday, recording the highest in OPEC, while Basra Heavy crude decreased.
Basra light oil exported to Asia rose to 63.22 dollars a barrel, by 1.10 dollars, or 0.69%, compared to Wednesday, while Basra heavy crude oil prices recorded 60.24 dollars a barrel, a decrease of 0.25%.
Basra Light crude recorded the highest prices in OPEC, where Saudi Arabian Light scored 62.37 dollars per barrel, Emirati Murban mixture scored 61.36 dollars per barrel, Algerian Sahran blend 60.42 dollars per barrel, while Nigerian Boni Light scored 60.60 dollars, and Angolan Gerasol 60.85 dollars.
Global oil prices fell today, to Brent crude at $ 62.77, and West Texas crude at $ 59.34.
Source: National Iraqi News Agency