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Saudi Arabia’s Production Cut Plans Unravel

Friday, March 6, 2020

1. Russia Kills Saudi Arabia’s Plans For Deeper Cuts

- Saudi Arabia was pushing OPEC+ to cut deeper, but Russia has refused and now the OPEC+ partnership is on the rocks.

- This was the least likely outcome from the meeting, with most analysts expecting some form of cut. “A week ago the prospects for a meaningful agreement seemed low…However, a different Russian stance seems to have emerged this week, with policy moved along not only by the approach of the OPEC+ meeting but also by last week’s sharp price falls and the spread of coronavirus into Europe,” Standard Chartered wrote in a note.

- OPEC’s Joint Technical Committee had increased its recommendation to between 0.6 and 1 mb/d, up from just 0.6 mb/d previously.

- OPEC has already made several cuts, along with involuntary outages, pushing collective output to a 10-year low.

2. LNG glut until mid-2020s

- The glut for LNG could last until the mid-2020s, according to data from Morgan Stanley.

- “2020 global gas oversupply looks materially worse than 2019, with nearly 50mt of excess LNG that needs to find a home – before accounting for any demand loss from the coronavirus in China,” the investment bank wrote.

- Morgan Stanley said that coal-to-gas switching in Europe could mop up about half of that excess, but that still leaves a surplus of 23mt (~3.1 billion cubic feet/day).

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