‘Nopec’ Bill Resurfaces After Opec-Plus Controversy

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US lawmakers who are long-time proponents of legislation that could expose members of Opec to US antitrust laws are pushing the bill again following Opec-plus' decision earlier this month to cut 2 million b/d from the coalition's output.

Policy and Regulation, Opec/Opec-Plus, Trade
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