"OPEC and its non-OPEC oil producers will continue to cooperate beyond 2018 in order to avoid any oil spill or shortage in the future," Al Mazroui said at an energy conference in London. "Oil market monitoring after 2018 is the minimum that OPEC and other producers can do, "The UAE, Saudi Arabia and Russia support the extension of energy cooperation beyond 2018," he said. "The UAE will achieve a commitment to reduce production above Required in the first quarter, by maintenance and compliance with the Agreement " Your "Calendar The November 2016 agreement producers came out to cut 1.8 million barrels of oil per day, compared to the peak of production in October 2016.
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