LONDON: OPEC+ is working on compensating for a drop in Russian oil output, two OPEC+ sources said on Thursday, as Russia’s production has fallen by around 1 million barrels per day in recent months as a result of Western sanctions on Moscow over Ukraine.

One OPEC+ source familiar with the Russian position said Moscow could agree to other producers compensating for its lower output but it may not happen at a Thursday meeting and might not be in full.

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A Gulf OPEC+ source said a decision on the matter was “highly possible” at a meeting on Thursday.


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