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One of the main topics of the past week was the opening of the “Turkish Stream” gas pipeline.

At a ceremony in Istanbul, the presidents of Russia and Turkey, Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdogan, opened the Turkish Stream gas pipeline connecting the Krasnodar Territory with Turkey and the countries of Southern Europe. The presidents of Russia and Turkey gave the official start to gas supplies through the new pipeline with the help of the President of Serbia, Alexander Vucic, and Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov. Four of the leaders of the countries united by the project turned around the symbolic red valve, "opening the way" to gas. The President of Russia described the gas pipeline as “laid in a hostile environment,” while the Turkish President expressed the hope that Moscow and Ankara would become “good fellow travelers.” In turn, the head of Gazprom promised that there would be enough gas reserves for more than 100 years of supply. The ceremony was preceded by bilateral negotiations between Putin and Erdogan, they were held in a closed to the press mode.

The "Turkish stream" with a length of about 1 thousand km runs along the bottom of the Black Sea. It is estimated that each year its two branches will be able to supply 31.5 billion cubic meters to Turkey and European countries. m of gas.
During the ceremony, Putin called the launch of the “Turkish Stream” important for the whole of Europe, noting the steady development of cooperation between Russia and Turkey, despite the interference from “some other countries”. “The supply of Russian gas through the Turkish Stream will contribute to improving the energy security of Europe as a whole,” Putin said, noting the high environmental safety of the project.

Another important event is the new forecast from the IEA. It is expected that in 2020 the world market will not experience oil shortages. However, the growth rate of demand will slow down. All this will lead to the fact that the increase in oil prices will be very limited, the International Energy Agency points out. “We expect oil demand to increase by no more than 1 million barrels per day,” said Fatih Birol, IEA Executive Director. He also noted that the growth rate of demand will be low in comparison with the average historical indicators. “Oil production in non-OPEC countries is very high. In addition, we expect that productivity will increase not only in the USA, but also in Norway, Canada, Guyana and other countries, ”Birol said, commenting on the situation on the oil market outside the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries,“ Thus, in my opinion, the supply on the oil market is quite sufficient. So oil prices will remain at $ 65 per barrel. ”

Also last week, the date of the new OPEC + summit became known. The organization said that the next - eighth meeting of the ministerial committee of the OPEC and non-OPEC countries is scheduled for March 6 in Vienna. Before the OPEC + meeting on March 5 an extraordinary meeting of OPEC countries will be held. In addition, the schedule of the June meetings is determined. So, the next - the 179th meeting of OPEC member countries is scheduled for June 9 in Vienna. Then, on June 10, the ninth meeting of the OPEC + Ministerial Committee will be held in Vienna. OPEC + countries (24 oil exporting countries, including Russia) have been coordinating production management since 2017, TASS recalls. In July 2019, they extended the agreement to reduce oil production by 1.2 million barrels per day to the level of October 2018, of which 812 thousand barrels per day fall to OPEC countries. Now the agreement is valid until the end of March 2020.


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