Brace for volatility as oil supply risks loom large
Associate editorial director, Asia & Middle East Oil News & Analysis, S&P Global Platts
Oil markets need to brace for high levels of volatility in the coming months amid looming supply risks and uncertainty around available spare production capacity.
The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and its producer allies set aside political differences and agreed on June 22 to an oil output increase of around 1 million b/d, but question marks remain ...
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