NEW YORK (Reuters) - Crude oil inventories at monitored storage locations in western Canada rose to record levels last week, information provider Genscape said on Thursday.
** Inventories rose 941,000 barrels to 31.82 million barrels during the week to Dec. 8, Genscape said
** It is the highest level since Genscape began monitoring western Canadian storage in 2010. It is also 895,000 barrels higher than the previous record from March 2017
** This surpasses inventories of 2.39 million barrels in the same week a year ago
Reporting by Catherine Ngai; Editing by Chris Reese
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