The U.S. Energy Information Administration reduced its forecasts for oil prices and U.S. crude-oil production, according to its Short-term Energy Outlook report released Tuesday. The EIA forecasts 2019 U.S. crude production of 12.32 million barrels a day, down 1% from the May forecast. It also cut its 2020 output view by 0.9% to 13.26 million barrels a day. For 2019, the government agency lowered its West Texas Intermediate crude price outlook by 5.6% to $59.29 a barrel and its Brent view by 4.2% to $66.69. It left the WTI and Brent price outlooks for 2020 unchanged at $63 for WTI and $67 for Brent. Oil futures were mixed following the report. August Brent BRNQ19, -0.21% was down 5 cents, or nearly 0.1%, at $62.24 a barrel. July WTI CLN19, +0.04% added 10 cents, or 0.2%, to $53.36 a barrel.