Home / Tag Archives: Opec

Tag Archives: Opec

Opec mulls all options on output for 2019

Opec has urged a committee to prepare “options” for how much oil it should produce next year to prevent the market slipping back into oversupply, the clearest sign yet that the group could reduce output to avoid prices falling further. The rise in oil inventories in recent weeks coupled with …

Read More »

100 million barrels per day of global oil use likely

The world’s oil consumption will top 100 million barrels per day (bpd) in the next three months, putting upward pressure on prices. But emerging market crises and trade disputes could dent this demand, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said. Paris-based IEA maintained its forecast of strong growth in demand this …

Read More »

Kuwait’s oil minister expects stable oil market

Kuwait’s oil minister, Bakhit Al Rashidi, said on Wednesday that the global oil market was approaching stability based on the current oil production levels after the recent Opec and non-Opec agreement to boost output. “It is clear today based on the current level of production that we are approaching a …

Read More »

Oil heads for a fourth weekly drop

Oil was poised for a fourth weekly decline as the unexpected halt in Saudi shipments through a Red Sea waterway failed to add a significant risk premium to prices, while concerns lingered over how the US-China trade spat will affect demand. US futures headed for a 1.4 per cent decline …

Read More »

How a surprise deal to boost world oil supply could ‘stir the pot’ in the Middle East, and pressure Saudi’s spare capacity

An impromptu agreement between the United States and Saudi Arabia to add more supply to increasingly tight oil markets is perceived as a test of the kingdom’s ability to pump more crude — and could further antagonize Iran and Venezuela, as both countries grapple with deteriorating conditions in their respective …

Read More »