OPEC’s upstream investments: Cooperation between producers and consumers is key ///

To meet the world’s crude oil needs over the next 25 years, some $10 trillion will have to be invested in upstream development. Security of supply will require recognition of the interdependence between OPEC and consuming nations, with greater investment, an increasing number of joint ventures and more technology transfer.

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