Where to get historical charts of energy futures?

Discussion in 'Energy Futures' started by Daal, Apr 1, 2007.

  1. Daal


    Like from the last 50 years?


    Platts will sell them to you...if you can't find a free source on Google. Try www.eia.doe.gov, you might find something there. If not try the 'contact us' link and contact an oil expert--they should be able to help.
  3. Try the CRB Commodity Yearbook. A local library may have a copy in reference. N.B., there weren't energy futures around 50 years ago but you can get spot charts.
  4. You can subscribe to delayed data from Esignal or Q Charts inexpensively.