Yep. 900,000 less barrels from OPEC. Should keep the crude market in the $26-$29 per barrell range. Natural Gas is following suit with crude so expect your natural gas cost in your home to increase. Gasoline generally follows these two up and down. If your (natural) gas company gives you the option to lock in a price for the Winter, you might want to consider that for your home. Low storage supplies are indicating a rise in costs for the Winter.