Paris 13 July 2010 – Mining of crude oil dropped in comparison with the previous month by 65,000 barrels per day in OPEC in June. It is stated by the International power agency (IPA), published in Paris today.
In June, daily 28.9 million barrels of crude oil were mined in OPEC. At present it is estimated that the requirement of world´s economics in crude oil in OPEC is 28.8 million barrels a day. In 2010 – 2011 may rise to 29.2 barrels a day.
MAE experts anticipate there OPEC won´t increase mining of crude oil till the end of 2011, but will increase the reserve of mining capacities.
Crude oil supplies from non – OPEC countries will rise by 800,000 barrels a day and in the following year by further 400.000 barrels a day and they would reach 52.8 mil. a day. MAE – IPA expects, mining will increase in Brazil, Azerbaijan, Ghana, Columbia and Oman.