Oil export monitoring mechanism within the OPEC+ deal framework will be discussed at the ministerial monitoring committee in Vienna on Friday, Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak told TASS in an interview on Friday, APA reports quoting TASS.
"We will discuss this matter in Vienna. The technical committee is still holding its meetings these days. We will listen to deliverables of the technical committee’s work tomorrow," the minister said.
OPEC+ monitoring committee plans to discuss oil production limiting in Libya and Nigeria at the meeting. "We will discuss it with them," Novak said responding to a question about an oil production threshold to be achieved in Libya within the OPEC+ deal.
"Yes," Novak said answering a question whether this is discussed at the meeting on September 22.
Participants in the oil production reduction deal will meet in November in Vienna, Novak said. "We agreed all ministers from countries - signatories to the agreement within the OPEC+ framework will meet in November," he added.
All the countries are set to perform the OPEC+ oil reduction deal in full scope, the minister said. "This is because the agreement demonstrates its result and efficiency. All the ministers state their commitment to implementation of this agreement," Novak noted.
Russia is also interested in honoring arrangements, in market balancing and in the effect achieved within the framework of concerted efforts of OPEC+ agreement participants, he added.