|2019-11-25 来源： 中国石化新闻网|
普京在论坛上表示，尽管达成了供应限制协议，不过俄罗斯的石油产量仍略有增长，但俄罗斯的目标不是成为全球第一大原油生产国。目前，美国是世界上最大的石油生产国。 他表示: “俄罗斯对全球能源市场有着重要的影响，但我们与其它关键生产国合作时所取得的影响更大。就在不久前，俄罗斯还是全球最大的石油生产国，但这不是我们的目标。”
詹晓晶 摘自 路透社
Russia to continue cooperation with OPEC to keep oil market balanced: Putin
President Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday that Russia and OPEC have ‘a common goal’ of keeping the oil market balanced and predictable, and Moscow will continue cooperation under the global supply curbs deal.
The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) meets on Dec. 5 in Vienna, followed by talks with a group of other exporters, including Russia, known as OPEC+.
“Our (common with OPEC) goal is for the market to be balanced, acceptable for producers and consumers and the most important - and I want to underline this - predictable,” Putin told a forum on Wednesday.
Saudi Arabia’s King Salman said on Wednesday that the kingdom’s oil policy aims to promote stability in global oil markets, and serves consumers and producers alike. It plans to announce pricing for an initial public offering of its crown asset, Saudi Aramco, also on Dec. 5.
In October, Russia cut its oil output to 11.23 million barrels per day (bpd) from 11.25 million bpd in September but it was still higher than a 11.17-11.18 million bpd cap set for Moscow under the existing global deal.
Putin told the forum that Russia’s oil production was growing slightly despite the supply curbs deal but Moscow was not aiming to be the world’s No. 1 crude producer. Currently, the United States is the world’s top oil producer.
“Russia has a serious impact on the global energy market but the most impact we achieve (is) when working along with other key producers,” he said. “There was a moment not that long ago when Russia was the world’s top oil producer - this is not our goal.”