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    OPEC Secretary General: Saying that oil should remain underground leads to chaos

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    Post by Rocky Mon Dec 04, 2023 12:50 pm

    OPEC Secretary General: Saying that oil should remain underground leads to chaos

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    Economy News - follow-up
    OPEC Secretary-General Haitham Al-Ghais said on Monday, during a panel discussion at the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP28) summit in Dubai, that saying that oil must remain underground will not lead to a transformation in the field of energy, but rather to chaos in this field.
    He added, "We do not feel that distorting the reputation of this sector is a constructive approach."
    Al-Ghais said earlier that the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) is optimistic about demand, but the lack of investment poses a risk to energy security.
    Stressing the importance of continuing investment in the oil and gas industry, he believes calls to stop these investments are counterproductive.
    For Al-Ghais, “energy security, access to energy, and the ability to afford energy for all must go hand in hand with reducing emissions... This requires significant investments in all energy sources, in various technologies, and understanding people’s needs.”



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