Basra Light Crude Rises And Its Heavy Crude Recorded A Noticeable Decline

Baghdad The price of Basra Light crude rose, on Wednesday, to record more than 84 dollars, with the rise in global oil prices.

Basra crude, the supplier to Asia, rose $1.10, or 1.32%, to $84.40 a barrel, while Basra Heavy crude recorded a decline of 40 cents, equivalent to 0.51%, to $78.70.

As for OPEC crudes, Saudi Arabian crude scored $82.99 a barrel, UAE Murban blend scored $83.95 a barrel, Algeria's Sahran blend scored $85.01, Angolan Girasole $84.45, and Nigeria's Bonny Light $83.74.

Source: National Iraqi News Agency