OPEC sees vindication for production cut deal
Senior specialist, oil price assessments of S&P Global Platts
PREMIUM Almost one full year after Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries’s (OPEC) landmark decision to hold production at 32.5 million barrels/day (b/d), oil prices crossed a significant upward barrier, with the December ICE Brent crude oil contract breaching US$60/barrel in the last days of October this year, up almost $10 year on year. Then, OPEC members and 10 non-OPEC producers le...
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