Crude managed gains on Friday while OK energy stocks made moderate increases

Friday saw another gain for crude oil prices—their fourth straight week of increases after the International Energy Agency warned the cuts by OPEC and other productions might worsen an oil supply deficit.

West Texas Intermediate crude gained 36 cents or 0.4% and closed at $82.52 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.

Brent crude, the global benchmark, rose 22 cents or 0.3% and finished at $86.31 a barrel on ICE Futures Europe.

More Oklahoma energy stocks recorded gains than losses and those that did scored modest increases. PHX Minerals rose 4% in the day’s trading.

Alliance Resource Partners, L.P.
20.72 USD−0.13 
 Canoo Inc
0.68 USD+0.032 
Chesapeake Energy Ord Shs
80.98 USD+0.45 
Coterra Energy Inc
25.76 USD+0.020 
Devon Energy Corp
55.70 USD+0.48 
 Empire Petroleum Corp
12.69 USD+0.090 
Gulfport Energy Corp
81.48 USD+0.10 
 Helmerich & Payne, Inc.
37.43 USD+0.19 
LSB Industries Inc
9.58 USD+0.050 
Magellan Midstream Partners LP
56.00 USD+0.82 
Mammoth Energy Services Inc
4.66 USD+0.040 
Matrix Service Co
5.35 USD+0.18 
NGL Energy Partners LP
2.88 USD−0.030 
OGE Energy Corp.
37.94 USD−0.20 
ONE Gas Inc
79.62 USD−1.67 
67.03 USD+0.26 
Ovintiv Inc
38.55 USD−0.13 
 PHX Minerals Inc
2.81 USD+0.100 
SandRidge Energy Inc
15.46 USD+0.020 
Unit Corp
44.80 USD+0.20 
Vital Energy Inc
52.50 USD−1.00 
Williams Companies Inc
30.39 USD−0.11