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Neil Atkinson, Head of the IEA Oil Industry & Markets Division, talks to S&P Global Platts senior oil news editor, Robert Perkins, on the outlook for global oil market balances, the recent oil price slip, the implications of potential rollover of output cuts by OPEC and other key oil producers, the demand picture, the movement of global oil stocks, and the prospects for a supply 'crunch' in coming years due to a collapse in industry upstream spending..

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Interview -- Oil prices to recover in 2017 assuming OPEC cut rollover: IEA
Global oil prices will likely rise from current levels on a growing supply deficit in the second half of the year if OPEC and other key oil producers extend their output cut deal later this month, the International Energy Agency's chief oil analyst said in an interview May 10.


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