Two non-OPEC countries, Kazakhstan and Mexico, have announced that they will take part in OPEC’s meeting to be held in Vienna on December 10.
Kazakhstan’s Energy Minister Kanat Bozumbayev has said he will participate in OPEC’s meeting.
Regarding the possibility of reducing the oil production in Kazakhstan, Bozumbayev said that Kazakhstan was not the largest non-OPEC oil producer.
Earlier, Kazakhstan’s Energy Ministry said that the country planned to increase oil output to 102 million tons by 2030.
Mexico’s Secretary of Energy Pedro Joaquin Coldwell said that his country would also be represented at OPEC’s upcoming meeting.
OPEC has invited 14 non-OPEC countries to the meeting to be held on December 10, in Vienna. The invited countries are Russia, Mexico, Oman, Kazakhstan, Bahrain, Colombia, Congo, Egypt, Trinidad and Tobago, Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan, Bolivia, Brunei and Uzbekistan. (Trend/Business World Magazine)