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VIENNA OPEC agreed on Friday on a modest increase in oil production from next month after its leader Saudi Arabia persuaded arch-rival Iran to cooperate, following calls from major consumers to curb rising fuel costs.
Wien Die Opec hat sich auf eine höhere Öl-Produktion geeinigt.
VIENNA Iran signalled on Wednesday it could compromise on a small increase in OPEC oil output when the group meets this week, as Saudi Arabia scrambled to convince fellow members of the need for a larger rise in production. | Video
VIENNA/MOSCOW Iran said on Tuesday OPEC was unlikely to reach a deal on oil output this week, setting the stage for a clash with Saudi Arabia and Russia, which are pushing to raise production steeply from July to meet growing global demand. | Video
VIENNA India, the world's third-biggest oil consumer and importer, on Wednesday urged OPEC nations to fill a supply gap and ensure sustainable oil prices as politics affect the output of some producers.
MOSCOW/DUBAI Russia and Saudi Arabia have a general consensus that the OPEC+ format should be "institutionalised" and extended until 2019 and beyond for oil market monitoring and joint action in case of need, Russia's energy ministry said in a statement on Friday.
MOSCOW/DUBAI Russia and Saudi Arabia have a general consensus that the OPEC+ format should be "institutionalized" and extended until 2019 and beyond for oil market monitoring and joint action in case of need, Russia's energy ministry said in a statement on Friday.
DHAHRAN, Saudi Arabia Saudi Aramco plans to boost investments in refining and petrochemicals to secure new markets for its crude, and sees growth in chemicals as central to its downstream strategy to lessen the risk of a slowdown in oil demand. | Video
DUBAI/LONDON At least three OPEC members disagree with Saudi Arabia and Russia on the need to pump more oil, OPEC sources said, complicating any official decision to boost supply just as consuming nations are warning of a shortage.
DUBAI OPEC is likely to reject a request by Iran to discuss U.S. sanctions against Tehran at this month’s meeting of the oil producer group, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters.