Highlights OPEC pumps 24.37 mil b/d, non-OPEC adds 12.67 mil b/d Saudi Arabia slightly below quota, while Russia just over UAE crude production surges to 2.74 mil b/d Iraq under Aug quota but didn’t make full compensation London — OPEC and its allies pumped more crude oil in August, led by surges from Saudi Arabia, Russia and the UAE, according to the latest S&P Global Platts survey, adding more supplies to a fragile market uncertain of the global economy’s trajectory. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now OPEC’s 13 members produced 24.37 million b/d, a 4% rise from July, while its nine partners, including Russia, added 12.67 million b/d, a 6% increase, the survey found. The higher volumes were not unexpected as the OPEC+ coalition’s record 9.7 million b/d production cut accord, implemented during the depths of the coronavirus crisis in May, had been […]