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Alexander Novak, Minister of Energy of the Russian Federation, co-chaired the 9th meeting of the OPEC/Non-OPEC Joint Ministerial Monitoring Committee.
The participants reviewed the situation on the oil market and discussed possible further steps under the agreement. The discussion touched upon the issue of allowed production growth, as well as proposed regulating principles for OPEC/non-OPEC countries cooperation after 2018.
The Head of the Ministry of Energy outlined the main indicators of the Vienna Agreement implementation success. According to the Minister, the Agreement execution by OPEC and non-OPEC countries reached 147% in May. Since early 2017, OPEC+ members have managed to reduce the surplus of oil reserves by 380 million barrels. “The market sees the success of our joint efforts to reduce the volume of stocks and reacts positively,” emphasized the Minister.
According to Alexander Novak, today we see the signs of a steady market balance, but it is very important not to allow ‘overheating’ of potential petroleum shortage. “The declaration we adopted in 2016 implies flexibility and aims to stabilize the market. This means possible actions both in case of surplus and deficit,” the Head of the Energy Ministry noted.
Following the meeting of the extended monitoring committee, most of its participants received recommendations to consider at an upcoming ministerial meeting of OPEC and the subsequent ministerial meeting with the participation of non-OPEC petroleum-exporting countries an increase of production of 1 million barrels per day (from the current level), distributing this amount among the parties to the agreement.
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Russia and Saudi Arabia are to submit a proposal to OPEC+ on increasing oil production. The news was announced by the Russian Ministry of Energy following Minister Alexander Novak’s visit to Saudi Arabia.
The Russian Federation and Saudi Arabia agreed to take the next step toward expanding power industry cooperation, especially in the oil and gas sector.
Mohammed Sanusi Barkindo, Secretary General of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), will take part in the Transformations in the Energy Sector panel session, which is scheduled for 25 May at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum.
Current state of relations in the energy sphere, and prospects for further collaboration were under discussion.
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