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A survey for "Reuters" yesterday on Monday that the production of the "OPEC" of oil fell in June from the highest level in three months hit in May, where the cause of the conflict in Iraq in the closure of the largest refinery in the country, while technical problems have caused a slowdown in exports from the south.
Shows slight decline over the impact of unrest and disruptions in the Middle East and Africa on OPEC supply after the shed and the International Energy Agency highlights the growing need for OPEC oil in the remaining period of the year.
amounted supply organization 29.93 million barrels per day on average, down from 30 million barrels per day in May (May ), according to the survey, which was based on the navigation data and information from sources in oil companies in OPEC and advisers. This puts undo without OPEC production target rate of the organization's 30 million barrels per day and approved by the oil ministers meeting in Vienna on 11 June for the remainder of 2014. OPEC pumps a third of global oil supplies. In June, production fell in Iraq and Iran, in conjunction with a modest increase of Arabia is the largest exporter in the world, and modest increases from other countries in the Organization
of the other poll "Reuters" The fighting rages in Iraq, the second largest producer in the "OPEC", and the crisis Ukraine prompted analysts to raise their expectations for oil prices significantly in the past few weeks.
predicted poll of 26 analysts, the average price of crude "Brent" $ 108 per barrel in 2014, the highest average of expectations in a poll for "Reuters" this year, as more than too much for the average forecast in a poll last month, which amounted to $ 105.90 a barrel. The price of crude "Brent" record 108.72 dollars a barrel on average so far this year, unchanged from last year's average.
Analysts had expected to record an average price of U.S. light crude 100.40 dollars a barrel in 2014, which is higher than the average for 2013, which amounted to 98.05 dollars.