Shell CEO: "What if Opec doesn't get it right"

A lot depends on Opec's strategy in terms of ensuring that the oil market does not end up in a new situation in which the price spikes and then plummets, says Ben van Beurden.
Photo: Alastair Grant/AP/Polfoto
Photo: Alastair Grant/AP/Polfoto

The oil price has plummeted in the past year due to the US shale adventure and Opec's decision to maintain its output in spite of oversupply in the market.

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