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2021, January, 15, 11:55:00OPEC+ STABILIZATION
The OPEC+ alliance, led by Saudi Arabia and Russia, decided in December after days of heated negotiations to ease their stringent quotas by a collective 500,000 b/d for January, instead of the originally scheduled 2 million b/d tapering.
2021, January, 6, 14:00:00SAUDI ARABIA CUT PRODUCTION
Saudi Arabia will hold its February and March crude production to 8.125 million b/d -- well below its quota of 9.119 million b/d
2020, December, 25, 10:40:00OPEC+ RISSIA OIL PRICE: $45 - $55
In comments, cleared for publication on Friday, Novak also said that Moscow views an oil price between $45 and $55 per barrel as the optimum level to allow for recovery of its oil production,
2020, December, 22, 13:45:00OPEC+ RUSSIA EXTENSION
"The OPEC+ deal has been with us for almost nine months and will continue until April 2022, but it can be extended until the end of 2022," Prince Abdulaziz said, adding that market skeptics and speculators will remain "on their toes".
2020, December, 21, 13:05:00DEAL OF OPEC, RUSSIA, SAUDI ARABIA
"Today, my friend and colleague and I discussed cooperation in the OPEC+ multilateral format, and joint action and coordination in the international market.
2020, December, 18, 12:00:00OPEC+ STABILITY
At the coalition's last meeting Dec. 3, OPEC+ members agreed to raise collective output by about 500,000 b/d from January and to convene monthly to determine subsequent levels.
2020, December, 9, 11:35:00OPEC+ PRODUCTION CUTS 100.2%
OPEC+ compliance with its production cuts stayed stable at 100.2%.
2020, December, 8, 13:05:00OPEC+ OIL PRODUCTION CUTS 7.2 MBD
In April 2020, the OPEC+ decided to cut their overall crude oil production by 9.7 mb/d over the 1 May 2020 - 30 June 2020 period, in an attempt to reduce the global oversupply and to firm up depressed oil prices in a context of COVID-19 pandemic.
2020, December, 4, 12:35:00OPEC+RUSSIA EXTENSION
Beginning in January 2021, DoC participating countries decided to voluntary adjust production by 0.5 mb/d from 7.7 mb/d to 7.2 mb/d.
2020, December, 1, 13:25:00OPEC: OIL DEMAND GROWTH 6.1 MBD: 2021
Next year, the global economy is forecast to return to growth, expanding by an estimated at 4.4%, and oil demand growth is expected to be high, in the tune of 6.1 mb/d.