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About this chart

About this chart

This page includes full information about the WTI, including the WTI live chart and dynamics on the chart by choosing any of 8 available time frames. By moving the start and end of the timeframe in the bottom panel you can see both the current and the historical price movements of the instrument. In addition, you have an opportunity to choose the type of the display of the WTI live chart – Candles or Lines chart – through the buttons in the upper left corner of the chart.All clients that have not yet decided which instrument to trade are in the right place since reading full characteristics of the OIL and watching its performance on the charts will help them to make their final decision.
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About WTI

OIL | Commodities | Energy

Light Sweet Crude Oil (WTI) contracts are considered the world"s most actively traded energy products. Light sweet crudes are preferred by refiners because of their low sulfur content and relatively high energy efficiency of high-quality products such as gasoline, diesel fuel, heating oil, and jet fuel. WTI contracts play an important role in managing risk in the energy sector worldwide because of the contracts liquidity, large number of consumers and high transparency of the deals. CFDs on Light Sweet Crude Oil are quoted in US dollars per 1 barrel (1 CFD contract contains 1 barrel of oil, 1 lot contains 1000 barrels of oil). 1 barrel equals 158.988 litres.

WTI Oil Price Today

To understand and analyze the movement of WTI oil price, you can see our price history table and real-time prices above. Learn more about how to trade Oil.

WTI Oil Price Chart

Check WTI oil price chart for last 7 years for multiple date ranges, display from 1 minute to weekly chart and get live prices updated on 07/03/2022.

FAQs

Why Trade Oil?

Main reasons to trade oil, is price fluidity. Crude oil can be refined into a variety of forms such as petroleum naphtha, gasoline, diesel fuel, asphalt base, heating oil, kerosene, liquefied petroleum gas, jet fuel and fuel oils, which expand the market pool and increase demand. Trading can be done either by speculating on its market price, or exchanging the physical commodity.

How to Trade Oil?

Oil can be traded several ways:

  • Long-term contracts between oil producer and consumer
  • Through Futures
  • On OTC market

Each method has specific goal. To learn which method is the right one for you, follow the link see the article “How to Trade Oil”.

What are the Biggest oil Companies?

1. China Petroleum & Chemical Corp. (SNP) - Revenue (TTM): $355.8 billion

2. PetroChina Co. Ltd. (PTR) - Revenue (TTM): $320.0 billion

3. Saudi Arabian Oil Co. (Saudi Aramco) (Tadawul: 2222) - Revenue (TTM): $286.9 billion

4. Royal Dutch Shell PLC (RDS.A) - Revenue (TTM): $263.1 billion

5. BP PLC (BP) - Revenue (TTM): $230.7 billion

6. Exxon Mobil Corp. (XOM) - Revenue (TTM): $213.9 billion

7. Total SE (TOT) - Revenue (TTM): $146.1 billion

8. Chevron Corp. (CVX) - Revenue (TTM): $115.0 billion

9. Marathon Petroleum Corp. (MPC) - Revenue (TTM): $102.4 billion

10. PJSC Lukoil (LUKOY) - Revenue $99.1 billion

What is Brent Oil?

Brent crude oil is one of the most popular oil benchmarks in the world, it’s recovered from the North Sea. Brent makes such a good benchmark because it is easy to refine into products such as diesel, gasoline, petrol, and other end products, which are in a great and consistent demand.

What is WTI Oil?

West Texas Intermediate (WTI) is a light, sweet crude oil (petroleum with less than 0.5% sulfur is called sweet) considered one of the main global oil benchmarks, along with Brent oil. WTI is a blend of several oils drilled and processed in the United States, primarily serves as a benchmark for the US oil market.

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