Despite a checkered past with sticking to crude production cuts, there is a compelling case that OPEC and other key oil producers will rein in output over the next six months, argues S&P Global Platts associate editorial director Paul Hickin. Even half measures could be enough to accelerate the market's rebalancing as long as Russia stays on board.
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