4th March 2018 06:10:10I’m an oil trader.

But this time, I’ve been doing it for more than 25 years.

In the last five years, I had my first family in the UK, and a couple of years ago I went to the US to work for ExxonMobil.

The last time I was there, in November 2016, was the last time oil prices were as low as they are now.

The average daily cost of a barrel of crude oil is around $90.

That’s the price you see in the oil industry brochures.

But in India, it can be as low at $8.60.

That is very different to other countries where you can buy it at the lower end of that price range.

The most common price in India is about $70 a barrel.

Oil prices are set by the market, which is the world’s biggest consumer of oil.

But the world is not the only place where oil prices have fluctuated wildly over the last decade or so.

Oil traders like me have been tracking oil prices for years and have been following the trend line.

This is what I’ve learned.

Here is what we know about the Indian oil market from the oil market indices, compiled by the Oil & Gas Research Institute.

Oil price index:Oil prices index (OPI)The OPI is a global index that covers all the major oil markets in the world.

In terms of the index, it is a broad index with a range of weights.

It gives us a picture of oil demand in a country.

We have a crude oil index, which gives us the number of barrels a barrel is needed to produce a barrel in a given country.

It has a crude gas index which gives a crude-to-petroleum index, and we have an index for metals.

We also have a gold index.

Oil and gas prices are tracked by the price of oil and gas.

The crude oil price is the price at which a barrel can be sold in the market.

The price of crude is a measure of how much the market price of a basket of commodities, such as oil, is above the price that would be paid by a buyer.

The gold price is a market price that reflects how much gold is being traded in the markets.

This index is a useful tool to understand the market because it tracks the prices of a wide range of commodities.

Oil price index (OI)This is the oil price index that has been tracked since 1991.

It is a composite of oil prices in five major markets: the United States, Japan, the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, and Russia.

Oil prices in India are based on the Brent crude oil and NGL oil prices.

The benchmark price of Brent crude is around US$60 a barrel, while NGL is around the same price.

The OI was established by the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and is a measurement of how oil prices change around the world on a monthly basis.

The OPI covers a range from the mid-1970s to the mid 2000s.

It shows how oil is being sold in different countries and how the price is determined.

Oil market index (OMI)Oil prices in the OMI have fluctued wildly in the last 20 years.

From 2000 to 2014, oil prices ranged between $30 and $100 per barrel.

Oil has fluctuated between $50 and $70 per barrel in the past decade, with prices falling below $40 a barrel a year.

Oil market index is the OPI for oil, which was launched in 1991.

The index is based on crude oil prices across the world in the five largest oil markets: Saudi Arabia; Russia; United Arab Emirate; United Kingdom; and Canada.

Oil producers such as Saudi Arabia and Russia use a different index than other countries.

The oil price of each country’s benchmark crude oil, known as the benchmark, is determined by the OIS.

The Brent crude price in Saudi Arabia is at about $100 a barrel and the NGL price is around 50 cents a barrel compared to the NIS 50 cents per barrel for Brent.

The average price of the benchmark crude is about US$70 per US barrel.

The Canadian benchmark price is about 52 cents a US barrel, and the Brent price is at $60 per barrel, as it is in the United Kingdom.

Oil production in Saudi and Russia is dependent on their oil prices and, thus, the OI shows how that is changing over time.

Oil markets index (OLI)Another index that I have tracked for years is the Oil Market Indices (OLIs).

The Oil Market Index (OMi) is a crude market index, as the Brent oil price and NBL price are used to measure the price paid by producers of oil in each country.

The NBL prices are the price a barrel sells for in the country of origin.

The Oil Markets Index (OLi) also tracks the