CHEVRON ANNOUNCES CHANGE IN EASTERN CRUDE PRICES
CHEVRON ANNOUNCES CHANGE IN EASTERN CRUDE PRICES SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 31 /PRNewswire/ -- Chevron U.S.A. Inc.
announced an increase in the posted prices it will pay for all grades of crude oil in its Eastern Region (U.S. areas outside of California and Alaska).
Effective today, Tuesday, Dec. 31, at 7:00 a.m., posted prices were increased $0.25/bbl, except for Southwest Wyoming Sweet which was increased by $0.75. Chevron will now pay: $17.75 for West Texas Intermediate $15.25 for West Texas Sour $18.25 for South Louisiana Sweet (Onshore) New prices for all grades other than those from California and Alaska are reflected in Chevron's Eastern Region Crude Oil Price Bulletin 91-E72. Bulletins are issued periodically reflecting price increases or decreases as market conditions change. -0- 12/31/91 /CONTACT: Mike Libbey of Chevron U.S.A., 415-894-4440/ (CHV) CO: Chevron U.S.A. ST: California, New York IN: OIL SU:
DG -- SF004 -- 5978 12/31/91 18:41 EST
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