Oil market may still be far from equilibrium

Despite all the efforts of the Member countries of Opec and other oil producers in the world, the price of the famous "black gold", as well as their derivatives is far from finding the balance. At least that's what claim analysts at ING Bank, which points the increase in gasoline stocks in the United States, as well as the elevation of oil production in Libya and Nigeria as one of the factors that are hindering the stabilization of scale.

To give an idea, the production of the Organization of petroleum exporting countries (Opec) rose 336,000 barrels per day in May to 32,140,000 barrels per day, led by gains of Libya and Nigeria.

And it seems this high should rise further in June, because Shell returns to the shipments of oil in Nigeria, which should increase by as much as 250,000 barrels a day of supply, while Libya's goal is to produce 900,000 barrels a day of oil this month and 1 million in July After the reopening of some of its oil fields.

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