|2020-08-04 来源： 中国石化新闻网|
中国石化新闻网讯 据7月31日Gulf Times报道称，由于主要海湾产油国在欧佩克主导的协议基础上结束了自愿的额外供应限制，而其他成员国在遵约方面进展有限，欧佩克7月份的石油日产量已上升逾100万桶。
邹勤 摘译自 Gulf Times
Opec July oil output surges as voluntary cuts in the Gulf end
Opec oil output has risen by over 1mn barrels per day (bpd) in July as key Gulf producers ended their voluntary extra supply curbs on top of an Opec-led deal, and other members made limited progress on compliance.
The 13-member Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries pumped 23.32mn bpd on average in June, the survey found, up 970,000 bpd from June’s revised figure, which was the lowest since 1991.
Opec and allies agreed in April to a record output cut as the coronavirus crisis hammered demand.
An easing of lockdowns and lower supply have helped oil climb above $40 from April’s 21-year low of below $16 a barrel, although concerns of a second wave are keeping a lid on gains.
“Upside potential will continue to be in short supply so long as the Covid hangover lingers,” said Stephen Brennock of oil broker PVM.
Opec, Russia and other producers, a group known as Opec+, agreed to cuts of 9.7mn bpd, or 10% of global output, from May 1.
Opec’s share, to be made by 10 members from October 2018 levels in the case of most countries, is 6.084mn bpd.
In July, they delivered 5.743mn bpd of the pledged reduction, equal to 94% compliance, the survey found.