Saudi Arabia is bearing a greater burden for production cuts, while Russia is nowhere near the reductions it promised.
World’s need for their crude is shrinking further, suggesting that they will need to extend the deal through year’s second half.
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Lower output in Venezuela and elsewhere should be a godsend for bulls, but demand worries are growing.
American sanctions, waivers and a surprise summer supply boost complicated OPEC’s efforts to balance oil supply and demand.
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Oil producing states in OPEC and beyond are going to prevent a buildup of global crude inventories in the first half of this year.
From the fourth quarter of 2020, America will export more oil than it imports.
We now know exactly how massive the Saudi reserves are. How will the kingdom make this work for them?
The kingdom is already doing what it said it would at the OPEC meeting last month — by reducing flows of crude to the U.S.
OPEC+ cuts and unexpected disruptions will cut 2019 oil supply.
Oil prices below where they were when the OPEC+ group of producers began their first round of output cuts in January 2017.
The oil producer’s group has been seriously weakened by its need to bring an outsider into its heart to broker a deal on output.
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OPEC and friends meet in Vienna later this week, and the backdrop isn’t pretty.
The U.S. president is fond of Twitter rants against the oil producer countries. But if they don’t manage the oil price, who will?
OPEC will struggle to carry all of its partners from outside the group as it looks to extend output cuts into a third year.
Donald Trump, Vladimir Putin and Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman will determine the course of oil prices in 2019 and beyond.
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