乌克兰能源部长Alexander Novak上个月接纳国际文传电讯社访谈时表明，做为opec 协议书的一部分，乌克兰服务承诺在五月和6月将出产量从今年3月的基准点减少至850万桶，或从今年3月起限产约二百万桶/天，即限产19%。
乌克兰迫不得已将其原油生产量从1100万桶/天减少至850万桶/天，很多剖析人员预估，巴黎将没法彻底执行限产服务承诺。乌克兰电力部部长帕维尔·索罗金(Pavel Sorokin)当月稍早表明，乌克兰期待尽早完成“较大 水平的限产”。
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Is Russia Finally Complying With OPEC Cuts?
It looks like Russia is really trying to comply with its share of the OPEC production cuts this time, unlike in previous deals when it had regularly exceeded its cap, attributing higher production to condensate output.
In the new round of cuts, Russia is said to be nearly complying with its quota, two sources with knowledge of Russia’s oil and condensate production so far in May told Reuters.
As part of the OPEC deal, Russia pledged to cut its production to 8.5 million bpd in May and June from a February 2020 baseline, or by around 2 million bpd, or by 19 percent, from February 2020, Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak told Interfax in an interview last month.
Russia has to cut its oil production from around 11 million bpd to 8.5 million bpd—and many analysts expected that Moscow would not be able to fully comply with its share of the cuts, again.
Referring to Russia’s uneasy task to cut 2 million bpd as part of the OPEC deal, Russia’s Deputy Energy Minister Pavel Sorokin said earlier this month that Moscow expects to achieve “the maximum reduction level as soon as practicable.”
According to Reuters’ sources, Russia’s combined oil and condensate production averaged 9.42 million barrels per day (bpd) between May 1 and 19. Excluding condensate output, which is not part of the Russian quota within OP
EC as of this year, crude oil production averaged 8.72 million bpd, as per Reuters estimates. This is close to the 8.5-million-bpd quota, especially considering Russia’s far-from-perfect track record in complying with the cuts.
Three weeks into the new deal, Russia, as w
ell as OPEC’s leader Saudi Arabia, are trying to assure the market that the OPEC group is taking the task to rebalance the market very seriously.