The EIA says U.S. crude will cost $127/barrel this year - up 4.3% from a previous estimate - and...

|By:, SA News Editor

The EIA says U.S. crude will cost $127/barrel this year - up 4.3% from a previous estimate - and $133 in 2009. It sees gasoline at $4.06/gallon next year, down from $4.21 and $4.23 in Q3 and Q4. Crude today: -3.2% to $136.80.