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The warning by Mohammed bin Salman, 30, who has emerged as Saudi Arabia's leading political force, leaves the outcome of a meeting between the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and other big oil producers this month in question, according to Bloomberg.
Iran has already said it plans to boost its production after the lifting of sanctions following a deal to curb the country's nuclear program.
"If all countries agree to freeze production, we’re ready," bin Salman said in an interview with Bloomberg. "If there is anyone that decides to raise their production, then we will not reject any opportunity that knocks on our door."
The meeting of oil producers in Qatar on April 17 follows a gathering in February between Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Russia and Venezuela in which the quartet tentatively agreed to cap their production at January's level. The deal, which helped to lift the price of benchmark Brent crude above $40 a barrel from a 12-year low of $27.10 a barrel in January, was contingent on other countries joining it.
Iranian Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh will attend the Doha discussions but won't join a production freeze, according to a person familiar with the nation's policy, Bloomberg said................
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