Made up of OPEC members and allies led by Russia, the group is known as OPEC+ agreed in April to cut oil supply by 9.7 million barrels per day (BPD) in May and June to support prices.
Under that deal, Mexico pledged to reduce its crude output by 100,000 BPD in May and June, after resisting pressure from other oil producers to make cuts of 400,000 BPD.
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, who has vowed to ramp up the country’s crude oil production, said on Friday that Mexico was not in a position to make additional cuts on top of what it had agreed in April.
His energy minister Rocio Nahle confirmed Mexico would not participate in the fresh cuts agreed on Saturday.
“There are other countries that extended their cuts to July, in this case we said no, we’ll stick to the agreement that we signed in April,” she told reporters in the eastern state of Veracruz. “There’s no problem.”
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