Oil & Gas Journal Crack Spread - Weekly
The OGJ Crack Spread is the calculated differential between the value of the petroleum products (motor gasoline and distillate) and the cost of the crude oil at any point in time. The crack spread is a key indicator used to estimate the expected refining margin from processing that crude oil at that time. OGJ has calculated and published this crack spread for a number of years and is now making the complete history available.
The table covers the crack spread for the Spot Price for Brent Crude and the One Month and Six Month Futures Price for Light Sweet Crude on NYMEX.
1987 thru 8/4/2017
12 months starting with the month of purchase. The statistical table will be sent to you via email for the subsequent months.