Opec

Kiran Stacey

It looks like Opec will keep production levels unchanged, as predicted by the FT a month ago. Read more

Kiran Stacey

Opec said earlier this month that it was “comfortable” with crude oil prices at between $70 and $80 per barrel.
Well, if the latest analysis from the Centre for Global Energy Studies is to be believed, its members will remain “comfortable” for a while longer. Read more

Kiran Stacey

Fifty years after its creation, Opec’s carefully-worded announcements are now pored over like statements from the Kremlin at the height of the Soviet era. Nuanced phrasing and tone are studied for a sense of what member countries might do in terms of production. Read more