OPEC faces dilemma

Organizaton of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) members meeting in Vienna next week face a dilemma.  If they vote to force oil prices up through production cuts, they risk slowing the global economic recovery.  But if they don’t cut supply, reserves will overflow worldwide.  Mark T. Williams, an energy risk management expert who teaches finance at the School of Management, can comment on the high-stakes OPEC meeting.

Contact Mark T. Williams, 617-358-2789, williams@bu.edu

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