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OPEC Oil Revenues Could Slump To 18-Year Low

OPEC Oil Revenues Could Slump To 18-Year Low

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Russia Has Won Its Oil War With Saudi Arabia

Oil prices reached the highest point since February 2020 this week after Saudi Arabia’s surprise announcement at the monthly OPEC+ Ministerial Meeting that it would voluntarily cut an additional 1 million barrels per day from its oil production. This extra cut--by the only true swing producer in the group--more than offsets the increases in production granted to Russia and Kazakhstan, and is a completely different outcome to that which analysts and industry experts had expected. 

Saudi Arabia and Russia--the two most powerful members of the OPEC+ alliance--have been at odds over how to respond to the changing oil market and lowered demand. Russia is concerned that U.S. shale will take advantage of any decrease in production that OPEC+ members make. And it isn’t entirely wrong. Russia is focused on market share. Saudi Arabia, on the other hand, is focused on price. Although the word “price” is never used. Instead, the phrase “market balance” or “restore balance to the market” is preferred. With Saudi Arabia cutting a million barrels per day, two things are clear: 1) The Saudis senses a slackening in the market, likely due to refinery maintenance season in Asia and a new flurry of lockdowns due to the new more virulent strain of Covid-19, and none of the other producers can afford to (nor are they willing to) reduce production further. 2) While Saudi Arabia remains the most powerful member of OPEC, its power is diluted…





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