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Post-Algiers prospects: What's really at stake when OPEC meets again in November?

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Listen: Post-Algiers prospects: What's really at stake when OPEC meets again in November?

This week’s episode of Capitol Crude looks at the fallout from OPEC’s Algiers meeting and the prospects for rebalancing global oil supply and demand.

Platts senior editors Meghan Gordon and Brian Scheid talk to former Capitol Crude co-host Herman Wang about his time chasing oil ministers in Algiers and what’s at stake when the group meets again in November. Veteran OPEC watcher Bob McNally of The Rapidan Group lays out some longer-term rebalancing scenarios, and Platts Global Editorial Director Dave Ernsberger considers the possibility of peak demand.

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