Pemex’s Maya Crude Reverses Gains: Platts

(Reuters, 20.Mar.2020) — The official selling price of Mexican state-run oil company Pemex’s flagship Maya heavy crude for U.S. Gulf Coast delivery fell by $2.89 per barrel on Friday, according pricing data from S&P Global Platts.

Maya crude’s closing price stood at $15.13 per barrel, or down 16% from previous day, as benchmarks Brent and WTI reversed some of their earlier gains.

Reporting by Stefanie Eschenbacher; Editing by David Alire Garcia


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