UAE: Minister seeks market ‘balance’ – and then growth for key players

Issue 1105 - 19 Jun 2020
Over-production by non-Opec members – above the Opec+ group’s agreements, currently to roll over their 9.6m b/d in output cuts – could undo the good work since April that has seen crude prices rise to over $40/bbl, energy and industry minister Suhail Al-Mazrouei warned on 15 June. “We feel that unless we have another wave of the Covid-19… we will see the demand recovery at a pace that is adequate to the cut we have done as Opec+, provided other producers do not rush quickly and overproduce,” he told a webcast interview with US think tank the Atlantic Council.

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