If the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries keeps its policy of favoring market share over prices when it meets Dec. 4, most members will probably find themselves unable to balance their budgets. Oil futures have tumbled more than 25 percent since OPEC’s last meeting in June, yet the group will keep pumping to batter rival producers, according to 30 analysts and traders surveyed by Bloomberg. With Brent crude forecast to average about $57.50 a barrel next year, only Qatar would be able to keep its finances in check. Following are the latest comments from OPEC members and analysts. The respective shares of supply are based on October levels. The estimates for the price that each member needs to balance its budget are from the International Monetary Fund unless stated otherwise. ALGERIA Price needed: $96 Share of OPEC production: 3.4 percent Algeria’s efforts to organize an emergency OPEC meeting in […]