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2016-11-07 18:55:00

OPEC CAN'T CUT

OPEC CAN'T CUT

BOE wrote, OPEC can't cut oil production alone to stabilize the market, according to the former Saudi Arabian energy minister who masterminded the pump-at-will policy the group adopted two years ago.

"I don't think OPEC by itself should cut," Ali Al-Naimi, who for two decades was arguably the world's most influential oil official until he retired in May, told a Chatham House event in London. While Al-Naimi stood by the November 2014 decision when Saudi Arabia led OPEC to keep pumping, triggering a price collapse, he said the situation has changed somewhat as other producers, including Russia, are talking to the group about coordinated cuts.

"Other producers now are thinking about cooperating," said Al-Naimi, 81, who is in the U.K. promoting his memoir. "That's great. If they cooperate and deliver, it's good."

OPEC, which pumps about 40 percent of the world's oil, meets on Nov. 30 in Vienna to try to implement its first cuts in eight years after agreeing to trim output in Algiers at the end of September. Two years ago Saudi Arabia faced an impasse, Al-Naimi said, commenting on OPEC's decision to pump without limits.

"We tried hard to get everybody to cooperate," said Al-Naimi. "They didn't. Then, I remember asking every OPEC minister: "Will you cut? will you cut? will you cut?" All the answers were "no,"" he said, explaining that then Saudi Arabia, the world's largest oil exporter, refused to go it alone. "I think that was and still is the right decision," he said.

CAUTIONARY TALE

Saudi Arabia and other members of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries boosted production, sending oil prices to a 12-year low of less than $30 a barrel, down from more than $100 in mid-2014. The price crash reverberated across the energy industry — forcing companies to cut cost and reduce investments — and wrecked the economies of oil-rich countries from Nigeria to Russia.

While the situation has changed, Al-Naimi's memoir — "Out of the Desert: My Journey from Nomadic Bedouin to the Heart of Global Oil" — offers a cautionary tale of the potential contribution from non-OPEC producers, particularly Russia. Al-Naimi writes in the book that one of his aides asked him in November 2014 what was the chance of leading non-OPEC countries Russia, Mexico, Kazakhstan and Norway cutting oil production.

"I held up my right hand and made the sign for zero," he writes.

Khalid Al-Falih, who replaced Al-Naimi as energy minister in May, is taking a different path. Saudi Arabia has agreed to reduce production, despite its regional rival Iran's reluctance to join the effort, and is trying to convince Russia and other non-OPEC countries to cut too.

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Earlier: 

IRAQ: OUT OF DEAL 

2017 OIL PRICE: $55 

IRAN READY TO FREEZE 

SOLIDARITY WITH OPEC 

RUSSIA & SAUDI COOPERATION

 

 

Tags: OPEC, OIL, PRODUCTION

Chronicle:

OPEC CAN'T CUT
September, 22, 09:20:00

OIL PRICE: NOT ABOVE $57

International benchmark Brent crude futures were at $56.51 a barrel at 0644 GMT, up 8 cents, or 0.14 percent, from their last close. U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures were up 12 cents, or 0.24 percent, at $50.67 per barrel.

OPEC CAN'T CUT
September, 22, 09:15:00

СОТРУДНИЧЕСТВО АЛЖИРА И РОССИИ

Руководители энергетических ведомств России и Алжира обсудили состояние и перспективы двустороннего сотрудничества, а также совместную деятельность в многосторонних форматах, в том числе взаимодействие в рамках Форума стран-экспортеров газа. Также речь шла о взаимодействии в рамках соглашения ОПЕК+ по сокращению объемов добычи нефти. Стороны подтвердили приверженность исполнению взятых обязательств по достижению скорейшей ребалансировки нефтяного рынка.

OPEC CAN'T CUT
September, 22, 09:10:00

ГАЗ РОССИИ ДЛЯ МАРОККО

Александр Новак отметил, что Россия занимает лидирующие позиции в мире в области топливно-энергетического комплекса, в частности, первое место по добыче нефти, второе место по добыче газа. «При этом Россия - номер один по экспорту газа. Мы добываем 670 млрд кубических метров газа, из них 220 млрд поставляем в другие страны различными способами – трубопроводным и сжиженным», - подчеркнул Министр.

OPEC CAN'T CUT
September, 22, 09:05:00

НОВЫЕ ТЕХНОЛОГИИ РОССИИ

Кирилл Молодцов также сообщил о применении новых технологий в сфере нефтегазодобычи. «Из общего количества технологий, а их насчитывается примерно 600, более 300 производятся в России. Более двухсот имеют российские наработки и аналоги, то есть практически имеют стадию разработки проекта. Есть технологии, которые нас сильно волнуют, и мы будем развивать их дальше. Это абсолютно автономные системы добычи, окончание морских месторождений, забуривание, возможности создания и развития проектов в Арктике», - заключил Кирилл Молодцов.

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