Opec is expected to decide to continue its current oil production policy at its next regular meeting in June, Kuwait's Opec Governor Nawal Al-Fuzaia said at an energy industry conference in Qatar on Tuesday.
Asked if she thoug
Qatar sees no need for Opec to alter oil output policy at its meeting in October as prices are in a fair range, a Qatari oil ministry official told Reuters.
"There is no need for a change, things are going well now and prices of $70-75 are
The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) has no need to alter oil output policy at an upcoming meeting in October as prices are in an acceptable range, a Gulf industry source told Reuters on Monday.