Not all members convinced earlier meeting needed Mar cargoes set, so any new cuts would impact Apr Production data lag may force Saudi Arabia to decide blindly A coronavirus-triggered 10% fall in crude oil prices over the last two weeks has shaken some OPEC countries — including kingpin Saudi Arabia — to the realization that waiting until March 5-6, as scheduled, to potentially announce deeper production cuts may be too late. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now OPEC officials led by Saudi energy minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman on Thursday were discussing dates to possibly reschedule their next meeting, following a statement by Algerian energy minister late Wednesday that moving it up to February was “very likely.” But not all members were convinced yet that an earlier gathering is necessary, sources said. “We are still working on it,” one delegate told S&P […]