OPEC oil exporters have no plans for an emergency meeting to discuss the drop in oil prices before a next scheduled gathering in December, two OPEC delegates said on Monday.
Algerian Energy Minister Salah Khebri said discussions about potentially holding such a meeting were ongoing, state news agency APS reported on Monday as oil prices fell towards $48 a barrel, their lowest since January.
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Algeria is one of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries members which had misgivings about its 2014 shift in policy to defend market share rather than prop up prices, and has been seeking supply cuts.
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