Members of the organization after the meeting in April agreed to hold the next scheduled meeting in the form of a video conference on June 10.
“There are plans to hold a meeting in June. But the exact date is unknown until there has been a discussion about this. It can be earlier or later than June 10. There is no specific date yet,” the organization said.
He added that some OPEC countries still cannot give a preliminary assessment of the oil production deal due to the epidemiological situation.
The new OPEC agreement entered into force on May 1. In the period between May-June, production should decrease by 9.7 million barrels per day, 7.7 million in the second half of the year, and 5.8 million by the end of April 2022.