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ENG -The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) is a cartel of twelve countries made up of Algeria, Angola, Ecuador, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Libya, Nigeria, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and Venezuela. The organization has maintained its headquarters in Vienna since 1965, and hosts regular meetings among the oil ministers of its Member Countries. Indonesia withdrew its membership in OPEC in 2008 after it became a net importer of oil, but stated it would likely return if it became a net exporter again. According to its statutes, one of the principal goals is the determination of the best means for safeguarding the Organization's interests, individually and collectively. It also pursues ways and means of ensuring the stabilization of prices in international oil ...
for30against   I clearly support it. OPEC is quite good organization. For instance, because it ... (if I wanted to write why it is good, I wrote it here), positive
for32against   I am strongly opposed. OPEC is quite bad choice. For instance, because it ... (if I wanted to write why it is bad, I wrote it here), negative
for2against   Fuck the OPEC. What do you do with the Oil Dollars? Where is your sozial Heart?, SEPP
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No shortage of crude oil by OPEC

It takes a price increase There is a lot that we can do to curb speculation, but the claim that rising gas prices are not based on supply and demand is simply not true [“OPEC: No shortage of crude oil in market,” Business, April 19]. Speculators only magnify and quicken the effects of supply and demand. In this case, the cutoff of Libyan oil was almost 2 percent of the world supply and OPEC’s spare capacity turned out to be a mirage. Dick Burkhart, Seattle Read more: The Seattle Times (April 25, 2011)

Chances for Economic Recovery Linked to OPEC

Top officials with the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries are meeting in Vienna Sunday, and are expected to make a decision about possible cuts in oil production to boost prices. The meeting is being watched closely by the USA and other industrial countries, with some officials warning new cuts and higher oil prices could keep the global economy mired in a recession. OPEC members gathering in Vienna face a difficult decision. Many of the oil-exporting countries would like to see higher prices. But Saudi Oil Minister Ali al-Naimi says the global recession makes that difficult. ...

OPEC says it's willing to cut oil production

OPEC, supplier of 40 percent of the world's oil, will reduce oil production if necessary to support prices, Secretary General Abdalla el-Badri said. "I am sure if at the May meeting there is a need to cut, they will take that decision," el-Badri said Sunday. "In OPEC member countries, 35 projects have been delayed because of falling oil prices." Production cuts by the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries since September have failed to raise oil prices to the $70 a barrel sought by members as the global recession erodes demand. The average price in the first quarter was $43.32 a ...

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OPEC Monthly Oil Market Report, September 2007
The OPEC Monthly Oil Market Report covers major issues affecting the world oil market. It provides a detailed analysis of oil market developments and a forecast for the coming year. This month's edition features a special interview with Mohammad Alipour-Jeddi, Editor of the report and Head of the Petroleum Market Analysis Department at the OPEC Secretariat.
“The global energy outlook, given ongoing geopolitical events, and the role for Middle East and North African suppliers in helping secure future global energy demand”
Speech delivered by HE Abdalla S. El-Badri, OPEC Secretary General, at the 2014 Abdullah Bin Hamad Al-Attiyah International Energy Awards, Doha, Qatar, 8 April 2014.
Speech by OPEC Secretary General to the 21st World Petroleum Congress
Delivered by HE Abdalla S. El-Badri, OPEC Secretary General, at the 21st World Petroleum Congress, Plenary Session: 'Russian Petroleum Industry Perspectives', 16 June 2014, Moscow, Russia.
15th International Oil Summit
Speech delivered by HE Abdalla S. El-Badri, OPEC Secretary General, at the Ministerial Session (specific focus on supply) of the 15th International Oil Summit, Paris, France, 11 April 2014.

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