Iraq: OPEC+ Alliance To Discuss Deeper Oil Production Cuts  OilPrice.com

OPEC and its Russia-led partners in the production cut pact will discuss on Thursday whether the current state of the oil market warrants deeper cuts.

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OPEC and its Russia-led partners in the production cut pact will discuss on Thursday whether the current state of the oil market warrants deeper cutsOPEC and its Russia-led partners in the production cut pact will discuss on Thursday whether the current state of the oil market warrants deeper cuts

Iraq: OPEC+ Alliance To Discuss Deeper Oil Production Cuts | OilPrice.com

OPEC and its allies will discuss whether there is a need for deeper cuts in oil production when they hold a ministerial meeting on Thursday, Iraq's oil minister said. The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and allied producers led by Russia, a grouping known as OPEC+, agreed last yearOPEC and its allies will discuss whether there is a need for deeper cuts in oil production when they hold a ministerial meeting on Thursday, Iraq's oil minister said. The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and allied producers led by Russia, a grouping known as OPEC+, agreed last year

OPEC+ to discuss deeper oil cuts on Thursday: Iraq minister

“predicts $60 ceiling for crude oil ---->>> Where Does OPEC+ Go From Here? via @forbes https://t.co/yX4XnGzVtf”

chris helman on Twitter: "predicts $60 ceiling for crude oil ---->>> Where Does OPEC+ Go From Here? via @forbes https://t.co/yX4XnGzVtf"

“Reiterated our strong preference for balanced and responsible pricing of crude oil globally. SG Barkindo informed that there are no proposals to further cut crude oil production at next OPEC Plus Committee meetings to be held on the margins of ongoing World Energy Congress.”

Dharmendra Pradhan on Twitter: "Reiterated our strong preference for balanced and responsible pricing of crude oil globally. SG Barkindo informed that there are no proposals to further cut crude oil production at next OPEC Plus Committee meetings to be held on the margins of ongoing World Energy Congress.… https://t.co/kUhgO5vRNQ"

Crude oil could decline to $50 a barrel under the double weight of geopolitical concerns and rising production in the United StatesCrude oil could decline to $50 a barrel under the double weight of geopolitical concerns and rising production in the United States

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