Oil exporters to cut production from November

Corte vai corresponder a 2% da demanda mundial
The cut will correspond to 2% of world demand| Photo: EFE/EPA

03141711 The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and Russia announced, this Wednesday, the biggest cut in oil production since the beginning of the pandemic. The cut will be 2 million barrels per day, equivalent to 2% of world production.

According to CNN, production cuts will begin in November. The decision was taken “in light of the uncertainties surrounding the global economic scenario and the oil market.” A new meeting of OPEC countries and their partners is scheduled for December.

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