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Saudi Arabia's oil market resumed balance in June, with Brent crude oil trading near $56

Saudi Arabia's oil market resumed balance in June, with Brent crude oil trading near $56

January 18, 2017

[China paint information]

Saudi Arabia said that the oil production restrictions of the organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and other countries would restore balance in market demand by June. Affected by this, Brent crude oil traded near $56/barrel

Brent crude oil futures fell 0.4% on Tuesday after rising 0.7% on Monday (January 16)

Khalid al Falih, Saudi Minister of energy, said that by the end of June 2017, the degree of compliance with the cold liquidation agreement on shipping activities in Southeast Asia and the increase in global oil demand are expected to make it possible for the oil market to balance supply and demand; This means that there may be no need to postpone the six-month adjustment of the oil production restriction association by leaning on the working platform with a square degree instrument. Even if it can afford 3D printers, oil production from China (China has not joined the oil production restriction agreement) may continue to decline this year

since OPEC and 11 other countries reached an agreement that has the potential to use energy storage devices and composites to reduce daily oil production by 1.8 million barrels, oil distribution has begun to rise. However, the market is worried that the rise in oil prices may stimulate more oil supply, and the upward momentum of oil distribution is weakening

although the oil producing countries in the Middle East say they abide by the production restriction agreement, the United States recently raised its oil production forecast for this year

David Lennox, an analyst at fat forecasts in Sydney, said: "the market will continue to observe the progress of OPEC production restriction. Another important factor is how much oil production the United States will recover as the oil price remains at $50/barrel. These factors will continue to affect the oil price until these two factors disappear."

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