Crude oil prices headed lower Monday, aiming for $94 per barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange after stocks were hit hard in Europe. Late last week, Spain ordered its banks to raise $39 billion to protect the financial system against a downturn. The move is the latest reminder that Europe\'s debt crisis is far from over. West Texas Intermediate crude oil shed $2.07 to reach $94.06 per barrel. Natural gas lost 1.1 cents to hit $2.42 per million British thermal units. Home heating oil dipped 1.56 cents to $2.9139 per gallon. Gasoline lost 1.36 cents to reach $2.9454 a gallon. At the pump, the national average price of unleaded gasoline dropped 0.1 cents from Sunday\'s $3.728 per gallon to $3.727, AAA said.