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OPEC, allies keep gradually pumping more oil amid omicron

22 days ago·Washington, United States
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OPEC+ agrees to stick to its planned increase in oil output for February. The group expects the Omicron coronavirus variant to have a short-lived impact on global energy demand. The United States has urged the group to pump more crude to help the global economic recovery.
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Global News

U.S. applauds OPEC decision to keep pumping more oil amid economic uncertainty - National

The Biden administration, under pressure due to sharply higher inflation on a range of consumer goods, also took aim at possible price gouging by gasoline sellers.

22 days ago·Toronto, Canada
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CNN

OPEC and its allies agree to keep pumping more oil

OPEC+ agreed on Tuesday to stick to its planned increase in oil output for February because it expects the Omicron coronavirus variant to have a short-lived impact on global energy demand.

22 days ago·Atlanta, United States
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abc News

OPEC, allies keep gradually pumping more oil amid omicron

OPEC and allied oil-producing countries have decided to pump more oil to the world economy amid hope that travel and demand for fuel will hold up despite the rapid spread of the omicron variant of COVID-19

22 days ago·United States
Ownership:The Walt Disney Company
Associated Press News

OPEC, allies keep gradually pumping more oil amid omicron

FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — OPEC and allied oil-producing countries decided Tuesday to pump more oil to the world economy amid hope that travel and demand for fuel will hold up despite the rapid spread of the omicron variant of COVID-19 .

22 days ago·United States
Ownership:Independent Media
Click on Detroit

OPEC, allies keep gradually pumping more oil amid omicron

OPEC and allied oil-producing countries decided Tuesday to pump more oil to the world economy amid hope that travel and demand for fuel will hold up despite the rapid spread of the omicron variant of COVID-19.The 23-member OPEC+ alliance led by oil cartel member Saudi Arabia and non-member Russia said it would add 400,000 barrels per day in February, sticking with a road map to slowly restore cuts in output made during the depths of the pandemic…

22 days ago·Detroit, United States
Ownership:Graham Holdings
Al Arabiya

OPEC and allies gradually pump more oil amid omicron spike

OPEC and allied oil-producing countries decided Tuesday to pump more oil to the world economy amid hope that travel and demand for fuel will hold up despite the rapid spread of the omicron variant of COVID-19.The 23-member OPEC+ alliance led by oil cartel member Saudi Arabia and non-member Russia said it would add 400,000 barrels per day in February, sticking with a road map to slowly restore cuts in output made during the depths of the pandemic…

22 days ago·Saudi Arabia
Ownership:Middle East News FZ LLC

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