Crude oil prices rose Thursday morning, making up some of Wednesday's losses on the New York Mercantile Exchange . NYMEX crude oil dropped from a high above $94 Wednesday to $92.33 per barrel after the Energy Information Administration reported large build ups of gasoline and distillate oil supplies. Crude oil supplies fell by 2.7 million barrels to 357.9 million in the week ending Friday, the EIA said. But supplies of motor-grade gasoline rose by 6.2 million barrels to 225 million barrels and inventories of distillate fuels, which include home heating oil, rose by 5.8 million barrels to 125 million. West Texas Intermediate light, sweet crude oil on Thursday regained 23 cents in early trading to $92.56 per barrel. Reformulated blendstock gasoline prices added 1.87 cents to $2.675 a gallon. Home heating oil climbed to $2.9563 a gallon, up 0.69 cents . Natural gas was off 8 cents at $4.13 per million British thermal units. The national average price of unleaded regular gasoline dropped from Wednesday's $3.310 per gallon to $3.307 , the AAA Daily Fuel Gauge Report said.
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