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OPEC+ agrees to maintain next year’s crude oil production increase agreement | OPEC+ alliance | announces | agrees | crude oil production increase activities | reservation change decision | new variant virus | Omicron

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[Voice of Hope December 2, 2021](Comprehensive report by our reporter Liu Fangli)On December 2, the OPEC+ alliance formed by OPEC and its allies announced that they agreed to continue the increase in crude oil production in January next year, but said that they would reserve their opinions to change the decision at any time. This is because the new variant of the CCP virus, Omicron The market took a hit.

It is expected that in January next year, OPEC+ member countries will continue to add 400,000 barrels of crude oil a day to the global market, and the US government and many countries have also decided to start putting 50 million barrels of crude oil reserves on the market in late December. Affected by the CCP virus epidemic, U.S. crude oil prices fell by more than 13% during Thanksgiving.

On the 2nd, representatives of OPEC+ member states expressed that they are very concerned about the impact of the CCP virus epidemic on the energy market, and will pay close attention to the market and make policy adjustments in a timely manner.

Editor in charge: Zhao Zixin

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