OPEC will lose one of its members.
The small gas-producing state of Qatar said on Monday which Will release the group of oil-producing countries on January 1 after almost 60 years of belonging to it. The country's state oil company, Qatar Petroleum, made the announcement in a series of tweets.
"The decision to withdraw Rifleks Qatar's desire to focus its efforts on plans to develop and increase its natural gas production"Sad Sheridan Al-Cabbie, the Minister of Energy Affairs, is said to be one of the tweets.
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The members of OPEC provide 44% of the world's oil. The group Focuses on market monitoring And decided to increase or Reduce oil production In order to keep prices stable and stable.
Qatar was a member of OPEC since 1961. The country's organization has been aware of its decision to withdraw.
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