Il prezzo dominante del petrolio rimarrà a 60 dollari al barile dopo che l’Opec ha deciso di frenare la produzione di petrolio. Lo ha detto Leonid Fedun, vicepresidente della società di petrolio e gas LUKoil. “La storia di tali operazioni dimostra che i prezzi del petrolio crescono del 50 per cento. Pertanto, con una alta percentuale di certezza posso dire che nel corso del prossimo anno il prezzo dominante sarà di 60 dollari” ha affermato Fedun presentando l’analisi di LUKoil sul futuro del settore petrolifero.

The dominating price of oil will stand at $60 per barrel following the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries' (OPEC) decision to curb oil production, Russia's LUKoil oil and gas company Vice President Leonid Fedun said Friday. "History of such OPEC operations that have been conducted in the market three times on a large scale shows that oil prices grow by 50 percent. Therefore, with a high percent of certainty I can say that during the next year the price of $60 will be a dominating price," Fedun said presenting LUKoil's analysis of the oil industry's future. On Wednesday, OPEC agreed for the first time since 2008 to impose an oil production ceiling totaling 32.5 million barrels per day in an effort to stabilize the global oil market. Non-OPEC countries that expressed a desire to participate in the agreement, including Russia, are expected to curtail oil production by a total of 600,000 barrels daily.