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    OPEC said the approval of the NOPEC Act may put U.S. overseas assets and personnel at risk

    • Last Update: 2021-07-21
    • Source: Internet
    • Author: User
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      According to foreign news on April 22, the Secretary-General of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) stated that if the United States decides to pass the "Anti-Oil Production and Export Cartel Act" (NOPEC) against OPEC, then the assets and personnel of the United States overseas may be At risk
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      OPEC Secretary-General Barkindo (Mohammad Barkindo) said in a letter that member states are encouraged to contact the US government
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      "OPEC members must strengthen bilateral diplomatic contacts with the United States to explain the disadvantages of the NOPEC Act to the United States
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      "The approval of the NOPEC Act may endanger the United States' overseas interests, including the protection of U.
    S.
    personnel and assets

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    " The


      U.
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    House of Representatives The Judiciary Committee introduced a bill this week that would allow the Department of Justice to enforce antitrust enforcement against OPEC member states

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    However, it needs to be explained that there is still huge uncertainty about whether this bill can enter the voting process of the whole house

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      According to the committee’s spokesperson, the committee passed the NOPEC bill by an oral vote
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      According to statistics, in the past 20 years, similar bills have never been successfully implemented in the US Congress during the oil price hike cycle
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      Barkindu also said that other disadvantages of the NOPEC Act include: damage to the trade and energy relations between the United States and OPEC oil-producing countries, and may deepen the risk of volatility in the international oil market, which in turn will directly affect US oil-producing states and companies.
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