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Russia is backtracking on its promise to OPEC+ as it sees a surge in crude oil and fuel exports.

Russian energy exports are surpassing the recent pledges made by Moscow to OPEC+. The average four-week fuel exports have reached 2.4 million barrels a day, the highest since September. Seaborne crude oil exports have also increased to 3.28 million bpd, up from 3.04 million bpd. Despite commitments to extend production cuts and export curbs, Russian oil outflows have exceeded the promises made during OPEC+ meetings.The rise in exports may contribute to higher carbon emissions, which goes against the goals of reducing greenhouse gas emissions. It's essential for countries to honor their commitments and work towards sustainable energy practices to mitigate the impact of climate change.
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https://markets.businessinsider.com/news/commodities/russia-oil-cut-pledge-opec-crude-market-fuel-exports-surge-2023-12



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    • Ann Nyambura

      15 w

      It's crucial for Russia to consider the long-term impact of its energy decisions on the environment, the well-being of its citizens, and its standing in the international community.

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      • George Kariuki

        16 w

        Russia playing by its own rules again. This undermines trust within OPEC+ and sets a dangerous precedent.

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        • Saustine Lusanzu

          16 w

          Sad News to hear! Russia should be a leader in phasing out fossil fuels

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          • Rukia Ahmed Abdi

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            Russia's backtracking on its promises to OPEC+ by exceeding recent pledges on crude oil and fuel exports raises concerns about potential increases in carbon emissions. Despite commitments to extend production cuts and export curbs, Russia's oil outflows have surpassed promises made during OPEC+ meetings. This deviation from agreed-upon limits may contribute to higher carbon emissions, contradicting the global goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions. The situation emphasizes the importance of countries honoring their commitments and actively working towards sustainable energy practices to mitigate the impact of climate change.

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            • johnte ndeto

              16 w

              Efforts should be put to reduce oil exports

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              • Princess

                16 w

                The recent surge in Russian oil and fuel exports, deviating from OPEC+ pledges, is disappointing.

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                • Joseph Githinji

                  16 w

                  @princess_nel_268 this is discouraging, when we all thing we are making a step then all of a sudden we go back to where we are running from.

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                • Rotich Kim

                  16 w

                  This is real discouraging indeed to see such powerful country still support the use of fossils

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                  • walter lungayi

                    16 w

                    @rotich_kim So disappointing

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                    • Joseph Githinji

                      16 w

                      @rotich_kim especially a few days after COP28 called off the use of fossil fuels.

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                    • winnie nguru

                      16 w

                      Very very disappointing of Russia. They can definitely do better if they want to

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                      • Joseph Githinji

                        16 w

                        @winnie_nguru true, leaders must have political good will and must keep their words.

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                      • Gorffly mokua

                        16 w

                        It is disappointing to see that Russia is backtracking on its promise to OPEC+ regarding crude oil and fuel exports, particularly at a time when the world is making an effort to transition to cleaner energy sources!!

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                        • Joseph Githinji

                          16 w

                          @gorffly_mokua its sad indeed, Russia is pulling the globe backwards and must recall their decision.

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                        • CHRIS NGATIA

                          16 w

                          Russia is disappointing .. Despite the promises they made they still increase carbon emissions ... They should be ashamed !!!

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                          • Joseph Githinji

                            16 w

                            @chris_ngatia leaders must put people's interests before profits for us to win the war against climate change.

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                          • Elizabeth Gathigia

                            16 w

                            It's sad indeed, Russia should honor its promises and work towards its commitment to cut its production and export curbs

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                            • Joseph Githinji

                              16 w

                              @elizbeth_gathigia the fight against climate change effects calls for trustworthy leaders and Russia must honour their words.

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                            • Joseph Githinji

                              16 w

                              This is so absurd, it is going to increase carbon emissions hence contributing negatively to the environment. Russia must sought to embrace their promise and even better stop the use of oil.

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                              • George Kariuki

                                16 w

                                @joseph_githinji True. Very disapointing!

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                              • Esther Wanjiku

                                16 w

                                This is insane

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                                • Joseph Githinji

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                                  @esther_wanjiku_785 indeed this is so sad, this means more harm to the environment. Leaders must learn to keep their promises.

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