The OPEC+ Joint Ministerial Monitoring Committee has pushed back its next online meeting by a day to Aug. 19, due to a request from Russia, according to officials.  The committee, co-chaired by Saudi Arabia and Russia, meets monthly and is tasked with adjudicating compliance with OPEC+ production quotas and analyzing market conditions. It can make recommendations for changes to the OPEC+ production cut agreement, although Russian energy minister Alexander Novak said none were likely for the upcoming meeting. “No sharp movements or additional proposals are on the table,” Novak told reporters Aug. 13, according to the Prime news agency. The OPEC+ alliance in May instituted historic 9.7 million b/d production […]