WCS-WTI Differential Expected To Average In The $12-$13 Range This Year

The Western Canadian Select (WCS) differential to West Texas Intermediate (WTI) should average in the $12-$13 range this year as improved egress and strong demand from U.S. Gulf Coast refiners sets the stage for Canadian heavy producers, says Martin King, senior analyst with RBN Energy, LLC.

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