After Agreement to Cut Production, What’s Next for Oil- and Gas-Producing Countries?

After a week-long marathon of bilateral calls and four days of video conferences with government ministers from around the world, including the OPEC+ alliance and the G-20, major oil producers managed to seal a historic agreement to cut output by nearly 10 million barrels a day, starting May 1.

Christof Rühl discusses what is next for oil and gas producing countries following the historic OPEC+ deal reached in April.

In a webinar organised by the Arab Gulf States Institute in Washington, in partnership with Columbia University’s Center on Global Energy Policy, Christof Rühl, member of the Advisory Board of Crystol Energy and a Senior Fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School and the Center for Global Energy Policy at Columbia University, discusses what is next for oil and gas producing countries.

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