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2015-09-14 19:00:00

RUSSIAN OIL PRICES: $50 - $60

RUSSIAN OIL PRICES: $50 - $60

Russia's energy minister expects that cuts in global shale oil production, which has been hard hit by lower oil prices, will help stabilize the fragile oil market. Alexander Novak also reaffirmed that Russia, one of the world's top oil producers, would not cut its own production as it would lead only to a short-term recovery with risks of subsequent slumps in prices.

The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, which accounts for around a third of global oil output, changed its policy in 2014 to defend market share and discourage competing supply sources, rather than cut its own output in the face of lower prices.

"Shale oil has been leaving the market bit by bit. This is a good and positive signal, which allows one to say that the market will stabilize in mid-term," Novak told Rossiya-24 TV in an interview aired on Thursday.

After three years, in which U.S. production grew on average by more than 1 million barrels per day (bpd) annually, U.S. output is expected to expand by just 650,000 bpd on average in 2015 and then shrink by 400,000 bpd in 2016, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration.

The price of oil, Russia's chief export commodity, has more than halved since its peak in June 2014, mainly due to global oversupply and weaker economic growth in China, the world's top energy consumer.

Novak said the cost of shale oil production - between $45 and $60 per barrel - is seen as a benchmark for oil prices. He expects prices to be between $50 and $60 per barrel on average this year - in line with Russia's budget forecasts.

oilandgaseurasia.com

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