The world may be heading for an even greater oversupply of oil, and that possibility which could drive down fuel and energy prices is hanging over members of the OPEC cartel as they head into negotiations Thursday.
The oil-producing nations will decide whether to stick with production cuts theyve endured for the past three years, relax them or deepen them in the hopes of propping up prices.
Theyre negotiating through a tangle of tensions driving members in competing directions.
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