OPEC+ RUSSIA COOPERATION
AB - Russia sees a range of options that would allow OPEC+ to continue output cooperation until year-end, from easing the limits to ending the extreme throttling-back that has seen some countries exceed original cutback targets.
"One of the options we discussed today is removing the over-compliance, a return to the parameters of the current agreement," Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak said Sunday in an interview in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, after a producer group meeting. OPEC+ may need "to tweak the parameters to a certain extent" if monitoring…
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