Militants launch shell on exhibition complex near Damascus - televisionWorld August 20, 15:27
Cardinal Parolin: Dialogue of Roman Catholic and Orthodox Churches to help them feel unitySociety & Culture August 20, 8:27
Polina Dibrova, mother of three, wins Mrs. Russia 2017 beauty pageantSociety & Culture August 20, 4:41
Russian emergencies ministry plane returns from firefighting mission in ArmeniaWorld August 20, 4:39
East Ukraine conflict claimed nearly 3,000 civilian lives — ICRCWorld August 20, 1:56
Renowned Russian filmmaker Andrei Konchalovsky turns 80Society & Culture August 20, 0:48
One of seven injured in Surgut stabbing spree in critical condition — authoritiesSociety & Culture August 19, 23:51
Netanyahu expects to meet with Putin in Sochi on August 23 — Israeli premier’s officeRussian Politics & Diplomacy August 19, 22:47
Surgut attacker is identified as a local resident - investigationSociety & Culture August 19, 14:09
VIENNA, February 9. /TASS/. The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) expects world oil demand to rise in 2015 by 1.17 million barrels to 92,32 million barrels a day, it said in a monthly report on Monday. The move mainly reflects expectations of an uptick in oil requirements in OECD Americas, the cartel said. In January, OPEC crude production decreased by 53,000 barrels to average 30.15 million barrels a day.
Non-OPEC oil supply is projected to grow in 2015 by 0.85 million barrels a day, down 0.42 million barrels from the previous assessment. Non-OPEC oil supply growth in 2014 has been revised up slightly to 1.99 million barrels a day. The revision was mostly driven by higher output in OECD, Brazil, Kazakhstan and China in the fourth quarter of last year, partially offset by downward revisions from Azerbaijan, Other Asia Pacific, Australia and Mexico, the report explained.
Global oil demand growth in 2014 is expected to be around 0.96 million barrels a day, the report said.