Kuwait’s oil minister said on Monday there were currently no calls from within OPEC to change the oil-producing group’s output policy and that a market exit by high-cost producers could help buoy oil prices in 2016. “Today there are no ideas or demands from the member states to make any big change in OPEC’s decision,” Kuwait Oil Minister Ali al-Omair told Reuters, referring to OPEC’s decision in November 2014 to keep output unchanged. “Today there are indications that a lot of high-cost oil production‎ is starting to get out of the market and this will help improve prices,” Omair said. He said there were also positive signs regarding global economic growth. “There are signs that world economic growth […]