(ANSA) – ROME, NOVEMBER 11 – It's too early to say when it comes to countries
oil producers will reduce production quotas, such as
an antidote to falling prices. That's the position, with
some differences occurred in the two days of the debate in Abu
Invites the meetings of the Technical Committee and the Committee of the Regions
The OPEC Ministerial Commission of the States and non-OPEC countries.
"Opec and other producing countries are not responding to
weekly fluctuations in the crude oil market, "he said
Saudi Minister of Energy Khalid Al-Falih said,
therefore, it is "premature to talk about reducing production".
Minister Emirates Suhail Al Mazrouei also said that
"It's too early to talk about a cut in production." For the minister
Russian Nov. Alexander Novak, moreover, "it's hard
let's say "now, if the world market is in a state of affairs
Oman Minister Mohammed Al-Rumhy, according to which "
1 million barrels a day would be a good number. "
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