There is no provider, its from the exchange. Its not likely to be the exchange, they don't make mistakes often.
I suspect that what is happening is that there are no trades on those contracts for that day. The open is yesterday's close (or something similar), and they have chosen to show the open as the low (presumably because the entire strip is going down).
For this specific contract, I went to
and found this
Settlement prices on instruments without open interest or volume are
provided for web users only and are not published on Market Data
Platform (MDP). These prices are not based on market activity.
It makes sense that there are no settlement prices where there is no open interest (there are no positions to mark to market).
There can be a settlement price even if there are no trades (depending on the contract) for some futures contracts, but not all, even if there is no open interest. This is to allow more gradual changes in variation margin for open positions. However, you would have to look at the contract terms to discover how this might happen in this specific case.