On this episode of the S&P Global Platts OPEC Outlook podcast, senior writer and Game of Thrones newbie Herman Wang takes a look at market fundamentals and what they might mean for the OPEC/non-OPEC production cut agreement going forward, as winter is coming.
Herman also recaps the action from the recent St Petersburg meeting of the monitoring committee overseeing the deal, where OPEC's de facto leader Saudi Arabia acknowledged that exports, in addition to production, may need to be tracked, to convince a skeptical market that its efforts to rebalance the market are working.
And in the Get to Know an OPEC Member segment, Platts senior editor and Africa specialist Eklavya Gupte joins Herman to discuss Nigeria.
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