|2020-03-30 来源： 中国石化新闻网|
中国石化新闻网讯 据今日油价3月27日报道，俄罗斯主权财富基金负责人德米特里耶夫(Kiril Dmitriev)在接受路透采访时表示，如果OPEC+扩大，可以覆盖更多产油国，仍有机会重新平衡石油市场。
德克萨斯州石油和天然气能源监管机构德克萨斯铁路委员会(Texas Railroad Commission)的一名成员表示，德州的石油生产商有可能与OPEC达成减产协议，这进一步表明美国准备采取产量控制措施。
洪伟立 摘译自 今日油价
Is It Still Possible To Rebalance The Oil Market?
There is still a chance to rebalance oil markets if the OPEC+ group expands to include more producing countries, the head of the Russian sovereign wealth fund, Kiril Dmitriev, told Reuters in an interview.
The bold statement comes after several global demand revisions, the most recent from IEA's Director Fatih Birol, who yesterday said demand could fall by 20 million bpd.
"Joint actions by countries are needed to restore the (global) economy... They (joint actions) are also possible in OPEC+ deal's framework," Dmitriev said, adding that, "We are in contact with Saudi Arabia and a number of other countries. Based on these contacts we see that if the number of OPEC+ members will increase and other countries will join there is a possibility of a joint agreement to balance oil markets."
Earlier this month, Washington announced it would send a special energy envoy to Saudi Arabia as it grapples with the effect of the oil price collapse of the U.S. oil industry. Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette also told media there was talk about an oil alliance between the U.S. and Saudi Arabia aimed at cutting production to prop up prices. Brouillette noted, however, that it is just one of many ideas about how to respond to the looming crisis.
In a further sign that the U.S. is ready to take production-control steps, a member of the Texas Railroad Commission, the state's oil and gas energy regulator, said there was a possibility that producers in Texas could agree on production cuts in concert with OPEC.
Dmitriev did not mention any specific producing countries that could join the OPEC+ group. Still, as many observers see the oil price war that started earlier this month as an attack on U.S. shale, chances are there may be expectations of America's involvement in any future production control measures.