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OPEC's Daily Demand For Crude Oil Increases In The Second Half Of The Year
Jun 26, 2018

According to news from the Russian Satellite News Agency, News Agency reported on June 12th, according to the OPEC June monthly report, the daily supply of crude oil outside the OPEC countries will increase by 2 million barrels in the second half of this year, but during this period, the world crude oil demand is only An increase of 161 million barrels.

The growth in demand for crude oil in the second half of the year was mainly from non-economic cooperation and development organizations (non-OECD), for example, China’s daily demand increased by 1.28 million barrels. In April, the OECD countries’ crude oil supply decreased by 6.7 million barrels compared with March, it is 2.811 billion barrels.

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