OPEC has opted to eliminate up to 1.5 million b/d of overproduction, and an additional 1 million b/d beginning in April. This is predicated on a drop in demand during the 2nd quarter of around 2.4 million b/d. However, US-based energy consultants ESAI, in the latest edition of the Atlantic Basin Stockwatch, believes that while…

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