Oil Ends Week on a Tear

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The US major's capital spending will rise by more than 20% next year, but remains at the low end of its medium-term plans.
Thu, Dec 2, 2021
Opec-plus kept its powder dry and stuck with its agreed output relaxation schedule in the face of the new Omicron demand threat.
Thu, Dec 2, 2021
the February Brent contract fell $1.70 to $68.87/bbl, while the January WTI contract lost 61¢ at $65.57/bbl.
Wed, Dec 1, 2021