DUBAI: Big oil producers are divided over the way forward on the eve of two days of “virtual” talks aimed at rebalancing the global market.
Industry sources in Saudi Arabia and Russia told Arab News on Tuesday they were still hopeful of an agreement to cut oil output at a meeting on Thursday of OPEC and non-OPEC members, the so-called OPEC+ group.
But they said issues remained to be resolved, and a full agreement may be delayed until after Friday’s meeting of G20 energy ministers under the Saudi presidency.
The oil price, which has rebounded from lows this week after the intervention of US President Donald Trump, gave few clues to the market’s view. Trading in Brent crude, the Middle East benchmark, was quiet until a late surge of nearly 4 percent to nearly $34 a barrel.
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