OPEC reached an agreement for the first time after 8 years of international crude oil prices rose-alienware m17x

After a lapse of 8 years, OPEC output to reach an agreement on the international crude oil prices rose after a lapse of 8 years, the original title: OPEC output to reach an agreement of international crude oil price rise in Beijing in September 30 Xinhua comprehensive report, the international crude oil prices continue to decline in the situation, the organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) 28 days after the meeting made for the first time in 8 years the collective decision to reduce the yield. After this, the international crude oil prices continued to increase, there is no callback trend. OPEC agreed to set the upper limit of the amount of 28, the international crude oil prices rose sharply after a day can still be maintained at the same level. 28 evening, the United States crude oil and crude oil prices rose by about $2, or about $5%, only experienced a few cents back on the 29, is still in a rising trend in Beihai. Reported that the opposition atmosphere leads to one of the main reasons for this transition in Iran and Saudi Arabia, the two "enemies" between ease. OPEC, although only a small reduction in production, but for the market, the decision came as a surprise. 28 ministers of Iran, who participated in the negotiations, said OPEC had made an unusual decision". Reported that, in the past meeting, Iran and Saudi Arabia are often in dispute, which is a symbol of tension between the two countries. It is this tension that makes it hard for OPEC to agree. 28, 2009, a number of representatives of OPEC members agreed at a meeting held in Algeria, capital of Algiers, the existing production capacity of 33 million 240 thousand tons fell to between 32 million 500 thousand tons to 33 million tons. This is tantamount to the re introduction of OPEC just a year ago, the abolition of the upper limit of the mining mechanism. Although international oil prices in the past few months, consistent with the downturn, but unlike in the past history, OPEC member states in a very long period of time can not reach agreement on the production. The strategy is to market alternative sources of energy at low prices. Some of the world’s largest oil exporters are ready for a protracted war. But a drop in the price of crude oil also makes the economy of the rich countries like Saudi Arabia feel inadequate. So far, the Saudi government has been opposed to setting a special rule for Iran, so that the country has just gone out of international sanctions to restore crude oil exports. But in the end, Saudi Arabia, one of the main countries in OPEC, is willing to set a reasonable ceiling for Iran’s oil production". Over the years, Iran and Saudi Arabia, the two regional powers have been due to competition for dominance in the Gulf region in and started wrestling. Editor: Kang Yunkai相关的主题文章: