Dated Brent averaged $111.67 per barrel in 2012, an increase of $0.40 per barrel from the 2011 level
The loss of Iranian supplies was more than offset by growth in the US, the recovery in Libyan production, and increases in Saudi Arabia and elsewhere in OPEC.
Spot crude price history from 1972 and annual crude price history from 1861 can be found in the Excel workbook
Rotterdam & US Gulf Coast prices for gasoline, gas oil and heavy fuel oil are included in US dollars per barrel.
The key crudes quoted are Brent, West Texas Intermediate (WTI), Nigerian Focados and Dubai in US$ per barrel.
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