OPEC countries - share of global oil supply in 2010 (BP Statistical Review of World Energy, 2011)

Energy: OPEC - meeting results and influence on the oil market

The Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) decided at its latest gathering to increase its oil production targets by eight per cent. This is the first change in three years. But the reaction of the oil market was muted. The reason? Many of the 12-member cartel have been pursuing their own production levels, regardless. Is OPEC losing its influence and will the emergence of new large oil producing countries such as Brazil redistribute market power?

IN a tight, uncertain market, where the oil price hovers around US$100 per barrel, observers watch OPEC meetings closely and wait for the outcome anxiously.


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Dr. Carole Nakhle
Often, there is a difference between production target and actual production – some countries ‘cheat’ and produce above their quota while others struggle to reach their quotas because of lack of investment
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