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The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries has admitted its policy of keeping oil output high has only had a limited impact on rival suppliers. OPEC raised its forecast of oil production in non-member states.
"US onshore production from unconventional sources is currently expected to decline only marginally in the second half of 2015, while US offshore production is to grow due to project startups," OPEC said in a statement.
In its latest monthly report, the organization forecast no additional demand for its own crude oil this year despite faster global growth in consumption as a result of a pickup in the US economy and other nations.
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