Monday resulted in a 3% hike for crude oil prices

Buoyed by hopes of rising fuel demand this summer, crude oil prices gained nearly 3% in Monday’s trading and Oklahoma energy stocks did the same.
There are also growing expectations that the U.S. Federal Reserve will leave interest rates higher for a longer time.
West Texas Intermediate crude went up $2.21 or 2.9% to settle at $77.74 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange, its highest level since the end of May.
Brent crude also rose, climbing $2.01 or 2.5% per barrel to close at $81.63 on ICE Futures Europe. It was the highest close since May 30.
July natural gas fell 1 cent to $2.91 per 1,000 cubic feet.
Oklahoma energy stocks recorded mostly gains in Monday’s trading including a 3% jump for Helmerich & Payne.
Alliance Resource Partners, L.P.
24.82 USD+0.23 
Canoo Inc
2.04 USD0.00 
Chesapeake Energy Corp
88.94 USD+0.65 
Coterra Energy Inc
28.12 USD+0.54 
Devon Energy Corp
47.12 USD+0.32 
Empire Petroleum Corp
6.19 USD+0.090 
Gulfport Energy Corp
161.04 USD+2.15 
Helmerich and Payne Inc
35.55 USD+0.88 
LSB Industries Inc
9.29 USD+0.070 
Mach Natural Resources LP
19.60 USD+0.33 
Mammoth Energy Services Inc
3.59 USD+0.020 
Matrix Service Co
11.18 USD+0.34 
NGL Energy Partners LP Unit
5.50 USD+0.030 
OGE Energy Corp
35.51 USD+0.100 
ONE Gas Inc
60.87 USD+0.44 
80.02 USD+1.37 
Ovintiv Inc
48.52 USD+0.89 
PHX Minerals Inc
3.25 USD0.00 
SandRidge Energy Inc
13.38 USD+0.32 
Southwestern Energy Co
7.35 USD+0.11 
Unit Corp
37.89 USD+0.64 
Vital Energy Inc
45.14 USD+0.50 
Williams Companies Inc
41.46 USD+0.76