Opec mulls excluding Russia from oil-production deal: WSJ report

31/5/2022 10:30:00 PM

Opec mulls excluding Russia from oil-production deal: WSJ report

https://str.sg/w2jcNEW YORK (REUTERS) - Some Opec members are considering the idea of suspending Russia in an oil production deal as Western sanctions hurt the nation's ability to produce more, the Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday, citing Opec delegates.

Exempting Russia could pave the way for Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and other Opec members to produce more to meet the production targets.Oil prices have soared to above US$100 a barrel since the Russian invasion of Ukraine and countries including the United States have urged a hike in production to bring prices down.

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sg/w2jc NEW YORK (REUTERS) - Some Opec members are considering the idea of suspending Russia in an oil production deal as Western sanctions hurt the nation's ability to produce more, the Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday, citing Opec delegates. Exempting Russia could pave the way for Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and other Opec members to produce more to meet the production targets. The proposed sanctions on oil imports is part of the European Union's sixth sanctions package on Russia over its invasion of Ukraine . Oil prices have soared to above US$100 a barrel since the Russian invasion of Ukraine and countries including the United States have urged a hike in production to bring prices down.89 a barrel at 0111 GMT, while U. Join . The whole package has been held up by Hungary, which says an oil embargo would be a body blow to its economy because it cannot easily get oil from elsewhere.