Rystad: Most of the OPEC countries aren’t facing the same immediate concerns as net crude importers

CNBC Television published this video item, entitled “Rystad: Most of the OPEC countries aren’t facing the same immediate concerns as net crude importers” – below is their description.

Louise Dickson of Rystad Energy discusses the outlook for energy prices, as OPEC+ is unlikely to increase output further in the short-term, amid worries about spare capacity from top producers like Saudi Arabia and the UAE.

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