Kazakhstan To Join Talks With OPEC

Kazakhstan Increased Oil Production In January-July By 10%, Exceeded The Quota Of OPEC+

Kazakhstan’s Energy Minister Kanat Bozumbayev has said he will participate in OPEC’s meeting to be held Dec.10.

“We are not the biggest oil-producing country outside OPEC, we will see what out partners’ position is,” minister Kanat Bozumbayev told reporters when asked if Kazakhstan would reduce oil production.

Earlier, Kazakhstan’s Energy Ministry said that the country plans to increase oil output to 102 million tons by 2030.

Mexico’s Secretary of Energy Pedro Joaquín Coldwell told RIA Novosti that his country will also be represented at OPEC’s upcoming meeting.

OPEC has invited 14 non-OPEC countries to the meeting to be held Dec. 10 in Vienna. The invited countries are Russia, Mexico, Oman, Kazakhstan, Bahrain, Colombia, Congo, Egypt, Trinidad and Tobago, Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan, Bolivia, Brunei and Uzbekistan.