Oil output will be more constrained in the second half of this year if the OPEC+ members stick to their recently-announced production quotas. However, we have also raised our forecast of Russian production given the persistent strength in its exports. As a result, we are sticking with our forecast that the Brent oil price will rise towards $90 per barrel by end-year.
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