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Moscow: Lower Prices Needed for Market Equilibrium

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Oil prices beyond $80 are favorable for Russian producers and the state, but the federal budget and investment plans will remain anchored on a $45-$60 per barrel price range, which is sufficient to keep markets in equilibrium, Deputy Energy Minister Pavel Sorokin has said.

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