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Is Iran Coming Back to the Table?

The country’s oil output has risen every month since November 2020
The country’s oil output has risen every month since November 2020 The glut in oil stockpiles, which developed as the coronavirus pandemic struck last year, has largely been… https://oilandenergyonline.com/articles/all/iran-coming-back-table/

Pecking Away at Production Cuts

OPEC+ countries increase output as oil demand rises
OPEC+ countries increase output as oil demand rises On April 1, 2021, OPEC and its allies announced that they would gradually increase their output from May to July. OPEC+ agreed… https://oilandenergyonline.com/articles/all/pecking-away-production-cuts/

The + in OPEC+

A look at the brief history of cooperation between OPEC and Russia
A look at the brief history of cooperation between OPEC and Russia The OPEC+ record oil output cut agreement has been one of the most important events to influence oil prices… https://oilandenergyonline.com/articles/all/opec/

The Big Question Post-OPEC+ Agreement

Where do we go from here?
In June, my colleague Rachel Luc laid out the landscape ahead of the OPEC+ meeting in Vienna, at which OPEC and, the following day, non-OPEC producers (led by Russia) would decide… https://oilandenergyonline.com/articles/all/big-question-post-opec-agreement/

Status of OPEC Agreement Ahead of June Meeting

In February 2016, Saudi Arabian Oil Minister Ali Al-Naimi announced a plan for a potential crude production cut. In December 2016, for the first time in nearly eight years, the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) reached an agreement …
OPEC producers are set to meet on June 25 and 26 in Vienna, Austria   In February 2016, Saudi Arabian Oil Minister Ali Al-Naimi announced a plan for a potential crude… https://oilandenergyonline.com/articles/all/status-opec-agreement-ahead-june-meeting/

More, More, More

Crude oil production in the United States has been growing at what the Paris-based International Energy Agency (IEA) has called a “relentless pace.” The agency forecasts U.S. crude oil production growth will represent 83 percent of this year’s non-OPEC pr…
Crude oil production in the United States has been growing at what the Paris-based International Energy Agency (IEA) has called a “relentless pace.” The agency forecasts U.S.… https://oilandenergyonline.com/articles/all/more-more-more/

Curtailing Excess Oil Output

It’s certain that global oil supplies are right now extremely excessive. World inventories are substantially above five-year averages, U.S. oil drilling rig counts have increased relentlessly, U.S. projects in the Gulf of Mexico are coming onstream, Libya…
It’s certain that global oil supplies are right now extremely excessive. World inventories are substantially above five-year averages, U.S. oil drilling rig counts have increased… https://oilandenergyonline.com/articles/all/curtailing-excess-oil-output/

OPEC’s Crucial Missteps

The jig is up for non-committal cartel members
The jig is up for non-committal cartel members Last year, OPEC decided to scrap their strategy of flooding the market with crude oil to drive prices lower and put shale oil… https://oilandenergyonline.com/articles/all/opecs-crucial-missteps/

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