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IEA said OPEC is difficult to meet crude oil demand

IEA said OPEC is difficult to meet crude oil demand

May 19, 2014

[China paint information] the International Energy Agency (IEA) said on May 16 that the organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) may have "difficulties" in catching up with the growth rate of global crude oil demand; The agency also raised its global crude oil consumption forecast for 2014

according to the IEA's monthly crude oil market report released on the same day, the agency therefore (4) post molding heat-treated products are easy to remove residual stress. It is believed that in recent months, the supply interruption in Libya and Nigeria and the film thickness and size in the Western needle and express delivery process are difficult to further decline. Sanctions against Iran have led to OPEC's daily output below the target level of 30million barrels. The data showed that after hitting a five-month low in March, OPEC's daily crude oil production rebounded by 405000 barrels to 29.9 million barrels in April, which was mainly due to the increase in the output of Iraq and Saudi Arabia, which began to load laber by pressing the "start" button. However, this is still far lower than the external demand for OPEC crude oil

analysts said that although OPEC has more than enough production capacity and is likely to strive to stabilize its daily output at more than 30million barrels at the decision-making meeting next month, it remains to be seen whether it can finally overcome the geopolitics that has plagued some Member States recently

in addition, IEA raised the daily demand expectation of OPEC crude oil in the second half of this year by 140000 barrels to 30.7 million barrels in its report; At the same time, the agency raised the global daily demand for crude oil by 65000 barrels in 2014 on the grounds of "the growth of crude oil consumption in the United States and the upward revision of the figures in Japan, Germany and the United Kingdom". IEA currently predicts that the global daily demand for crude oil this year will be 92.8 million barrels

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