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Sweet and Sweeter

13 August 2009 By Nicholas Paisner

Brent benchmark crude should be cheaper than its West Texas Intermediate rival, because WTI is easier to refine. But Brent is now selling for around $3 per barrel more, almost the widest gap this year. The explanation: US regulatory scrutiny and changing consumption patterns.

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