OPEC: supplies will keep up with demand
Cartelís secretary general says it couldnít make up shortfalls in crude if Iranís supplies cut by U.S. or Israeli military strike
Associated Press Writer
World energy needs will spike by more than 50 percent by 2030 but adequate oil reserves, conservation and new methods of recovery mean supply will keep pace with demand, the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries said July 10.
Still, OPECís secretary general acknowledged that dangers to stea....
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