Oman oil provides perspective between 60 and 70/barrel

The Arab country of the southeast coast of the Arabian Peninsula, Oman, expects oil prices to rise until the end of 2017 between $60 and $70 dollars per barrel. The information is from the oil Ministry Undersecretary, Salim Al-Aufi.

Al-Aufi scored too that it is expected that 2017 is a landmark of the balance between supply and demand of the market. The Oman is not a member of Opec, but woke up, as well as Russia, to participate in the reduction of oil production.

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