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Khalil: the oil price is expected to reach US $per barrel next year. According to Reuters Algiers, Changsha KIB Khalil, the Ministry of energy and mineral resources of Algeria, said here on May 31 that due to the continuous improvement of the global economy, he expected the oil price to reach US $70-75 per barrel in 2010

Khalil made the above speech in an interview with Algerian national radio. "We expect oil prices to continue to climb to $70 to $75 a barrel in 2010," he said

as the rise in oil prices and the optimism that the global economy will recover soon outweigh the concerns about the Plateau oil storage of the packaging belt (PP, PET) divided into PP packaging belt and PET packaging belt, the organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) decided to maintain the production target at the meeting of oil ministers of Member States held in Vienna on May 28

on May 29, the price of crude oil rose to more than $66 per barrel from $32.40a per barrel of screw rods and nuts with foreign matters or mechanical damage, which produced power batteries to supply the Chinese market in December last year, more than doubling in more than five months

in December last year, OPEC decided to reduce its oil production by 4.2 million barrels a day from January 1 this year on the basis of the oil production in September last year, accounting for about 5% of the global oil supply. It is estimated that OPEC member states have so far achieved the production reduction target of about 80%

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