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    OPEC + countries are discussing the oil production plan today

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    OPEC + countries are discussing the oil production plan today Empty OPEC + countries are discussing the oil production plan today

    Post by rocky Sun 04 Dec 2022, 5:40 am

    OPEC + countries are discussing the oil production plan today

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    Economy News - Baghdad
    Ministers of the countries participating in the "OPEC +" agreement will hold another meeting today, Sunday, to discuss subsequent plans for oil production.
    Initially, this meeting was scheduled to take place in person in Vienna, but at the beginning of the week, the ministers decided to meet by videoconference.
    According to the information available to Reuters and Bloomberg, the countries of this oil alliance will most likely agree to maintain the current oil production plan, which was agreed upon at the last meeting in October. At that time, the coalition decided to reduce production, starting in November, by 2 million barrels per day. The United States strongly criticized this decision.
    For its part, Reuters said, quoting sources in "OPEC +", that the coalition countries will, at the next meeting, assess the impact of the European Union's restrictive measures against Russian oil on the global market.
    It is noteworthy that this issue was not discussed in the meeting on Saturday. During the aforementioned meeting, only the internal administrative issues of the organization were addressed.

     



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