OPEC wants to be perceived as part of the solution, not part of the problem.
If demand continues to be strong we are going to be struggling. OPEC appears to be taking the view that the risks are weighted more to the upside than the downside.
If you gave oil companies a choice between the tar sands in Canada or oil in Saudi Arabia, which do you think they'd choose?
But they don't want to send the wrong signal to the market. They want to continue a loose supply policy, meaning that if there's a crude problem, which there isn't now, they can supply it.
High prices have given all producing countries a lot more leverage.
I will not yell "She's Dead" during roll call
I don't worry about my offense. If I get good, open looks the ball will go in. I just worry about how I'm going to help this team win games by playing on the other end.
There are many things worth living for, a few things worth dying for, and nothing worth killing for.