Israeli airstrikes on Gaza’s Rafeh sent crude oil prices upward

As crude oil prices gained about 1% in Thursday’s trading, Oklahoma energy stocks were mixed while a few had losses ranging from 5% to 7%.
Crude rose after Israel stepped up airstrikes on Gaza’s Rafah and caused concern the fighting might interfere in the movement of crude out of that part of the world.
West Texas Intermediate crude rose 76 cents or 0.9% at $83.57 while Brent crude finished up 99 cents or 1.1% at $89.01 barrel.
May natural gas fell 1 cent to $1.64 per 1,000 cubic feet.
Oklahoma energy stocks had a mixed day in trading with a few taking some serious losses. Empire Petroleum fell 7% while Helmerich & Payne dropped 5%.
Alliance Resource Partners, L.P.
21.50 USD+0.32 
Canoo Inc
2.70 USD−0.20 
 Chesapeake Energy Corp
91.47 USD+0.78 
 Coterra Energy Inc
28.43 USD−0.030 
 Devon Energy Corp
52.61 USD+0.51 
Empire Petroleum Corp
4.65 USD−0.33 
Gulfport Energy Corp
161.12 USD+1.87 
Helmerich and Payne Inc
40.44 USD−1.99 
LSB Industries Inc
8.13 USD+0.040 
Mach Natural Resources LP
20.22 USD+0.13 
Mammoth Energy Services Inc
3.30 USD−0.020 
Matrix Service Co
11.77 USD+0.23 
NGL Energy Partners LP
5.89 USD−0.100 
OGE Energy Corp
34.48 USD+0.16 
ONE Gas Inc
64.54 USD−0.39 
81.38 USD+0.43 
Ovintiv Inc
53.14 USD+0.24 
PHX Minerals Inc
3.46 USD−0.070 
SandRidge Energy Inc
14.62 USD−0.040 
Southwestern Energy Co
7.65 USD+0.055 
Unit Corp
39.00 USD+0.30 
Vital Energy Inc
54.65 USD−0.49 
Williams Companies Inc
39.45 USD+0.20