|2020-04-14 来源： 中国石化新闻网|
中国石化新闻网讯 据4月13日Trade Arabia报道，欧佩克与非欧佩克部长级合作伙伴之间的紧急视频会议于4月12日结束，与会产油国继续承诺遵守达成的协议，削减石油产量。
王佳晶 摘译自 Trade Arabia
Opec+ reaches oil cut deal ending price war
An emergency video conference between the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) and non-Opec ministerial partners, chaired by Saudi Arabia, ended yesterday (April 12) with a continued commitment of the participating producing countries to the agreement reached last week to cut oil production output, as the Covid-19 pandemic continues.
All participating countries agreed to adjust downwards their overall crude oil production by 9.7 mb/d, starting from May 1, for an initial period of two months that concludes on June 30. This is expected to end the oil price war.
Mexico, which had resisted joing the deal, finally came around following a weekend of urgent diplomacy. US President Donald Trump intervened, helping broker the final compromise.
“We have demonstrated that Opec+ is up and alive,” Saudi Energy Minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman told Bloomberg News in an interview minutes after the deal was done. “I’m more than happy with the deal.”
During their tenth meeting, producing countries "reaffirmed the continued commitment of the participating producing countries in the ‘Declaration of Cooperation’ to a stable market, the mutual interest of producing nations, the efficient, economic and secure supply to consumers, and a fair return on invested capital."
During the meeting, the participants emphasised the "important and responsible decision" to adjustment production at the 9th Opec and non-Opec Ministerial Meeting on April 9 and 10.