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INDUSTRY SURVEY: OPEC Needs To Cut Oil Output to Push Crude Prices Above $50 A Barrel


September 25, 2016
The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries, which pumps about one third of the world’s oil supply, needs to cut production to sustain a rise in crude prices above $50 a barrel, according to the majority of respondents polled in a Gulf Intelligence GIQ Industry Survey. OPEC and non-OPEC producers are scheduled to meet Sept. 28 in Algeria in a bid to reach a deal to boost prices by limiting oil production. In April, oil producers met in Qatar to discuss the proposal but failed to agree on a cap after ... Read More
 
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