Although not part of OPEC, USA should not have increased oil

The Offshore Panorama has followed, as well as all stakeholders in the world of oil and gas, the ramifications of the agreement of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), which aims to reduce oil production to enhance the product. This time, the secretary general of the Organization, Mohammad Barkindo confirmed market expectations by stating that the United States should not have a sharp rise in comoddites this year.

The statement of the Secretary-General was made to the Wall Street Journal that questioned about a possible frustration of OPEC plans if the North American country to increase its oil production, since the US has seen bullish trends in the production of "black gold ".

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