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Oil prices would still fall even if OPEC expands

In this Energy Watch, we discuss the future of OPEC and its role in the oil market. While we suspect that its membership may expand, we think that its ability to influence oil prices will fall over time and that oil prices in real terms will decline steadily over the coming decades.

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