Talks with Mexico to continue, but OPEC + deal preserved - sources
"The deal is preserved, but with certain reservations. I think we will try to win Mexico’s consent during the G20 talks on Friday," one of the sources said.
Another source confirmed this information, adding that the OPEC+ talks still continue.
A source taking part in the ongoing negotiations told TASS earlier on Friday that Mexico Energy Minister Rocio Nahle disagreed with the proposed OPEC+ oil cuts and left the video conversation, "enraged."
The OPEC+ talks in the format of a video conference began at 17:00 Moscow time on April 9 and continued overnight. TASS sources said that the participants agreed to cut their combined oil production by 10 barrels per day in May-June. However, during the discussion on each country’s quotas, Mexico rejected the proposed reduction of 400,000 barrels per day from the figures of October 2018.