Energy Policy

OPEC+ Plans to Hold Output Policy Meeting Today

OPEC+ members plan to hold their next meeting today, July 18, to decide on output policy, Reuters reported, citing sources within the producers group. The group did not reach an agreement on oil production policy, starting from August, during the two meetings held earlier this month, while a third meeting …

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The OPEC+ Deal Is not in Jeopardy

The postponement of the OPEC+ meeting will not jeopardize the group’s efforts until April 2022, but oil supplies are already squeezed in an already tight market. The agreement is still valid until then, even if the 18th OPEC+ meeting hasn’t yet reach a deal on output increases, as the UAE …

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Russia Is Ready to Open the Taps

There is economic life after the pandemic. While the novel coronavirus hasn’t been vanquished, oil demand has significantly risen in the past couple of months. According to the IEA, by the end of 2022 demand could have rebounded to pre-Covid levels. Rising prices are causing mild distress in Moscow which …

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