Crude oil weekly review: oil prices rise again, Germany "no longer hesitates", OPEC+ "reluctant to do good"
International oil prices are expected to close higher again this week as the increased likelihood of Germany joining other EU members in imposing an embargo on Russian oil and Russia voluntarily cutting off energy supplies to several European countries could further tighten already tight global crude supplies. Nonetheless, OPEC+ is expected to maintain its current policy of gradual production increases, and increased U.S. production will not be able to make up for the shortfall caused by Russia's work cuts.
As of press time, NYMEX crude oil futures rose 4.48% to $106.31/barrel; ICE Brent crude oil futures rose 2.36% to $108.71/barrel.
Germany to Accelerate Cutting Russian Crude Oil
German Economy Minister Habeck said this week that Germany hopes to find a way to replace Russian oil with supplies from other sources within a few days. He also added that Germany could respond to the EU ban on Russian oil imports.
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