Oil Shorts On Notice After Russia, Saudis Agree To “Cooperate Closely” To Keep Energy Mark

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News Story Source: https://www.zerohedge.com, by Tyler Durden
… OPEC countries have been hurting greatly, because as the following summary chart from the EIA shows, Brent in the low $40s is well below the fiscal breakeven prices for most member of the oil-producing cartel (with the exception of Russian, Qatar and Mexico).

Which is why we have been surprised at how patiently the world's biggest oil exporters have handled themselves since the pandemic breakout, even as their net capital position has been slowly draining month after month.

That may be about to china, however, with the two largest OPEC producers – Russia and Saudi Arabia – announcing on Saturday they are "ready to cooperate closely to keep the global energy market stable", the Kremlin said in an emailed statement after President Vladimir Putin and Saudi Arabia's de facto leader, Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman, held their second phone call this week.

According to Bloomberg, the two leaders spoke "extensively" about
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