Tag Archives: Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC)

OPEC+ Expected to Stay Course on Oil Output Boost

Major oil producers led by Saudi Arabia and Russia are expected to stick to a previously decided output boost at their meeting on Thursday, despite pressure to further increase production. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has exacerbated concerns about oil supplies, sending prices to record highs this year. Hard on the …

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Oil Demand Growing while Drivers Suffer at the Pump

Oil demand growth is set to slow in the coming months, with consumers likely to endure high prices until consumption is brought back into line with supply that’s struggling to keep pace with the world’s thirst for fuels. The International Energy Agency, the US Energy Information Administration and the Organization …

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OPEC+ Mulls what to do after the Oil Pact Ends

Delegates from OPEC+ are trying to decide what to do when the oil production pact ends in, Bloomberg reported on Friday. The pact is faced with numerous uncertainties and difficult situations—not the least of which is its relationship with one of the top members of the group—Russia. Saudi Arabia has …

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