Highlights Barkindo says global oil demand ‘still looking anemic’ Monitoring committee meets Oct 19, catch-up cuts in focus Market risks ‘skewed to the downside,’ OPEC+ analysis says London — With the oil market’s recovery from the coronavirus pandemic slower than hoped, some OPEC+ members are acknowledging that the alliance’s production cuts may need to be extended, rather than eased as planned, at the end of the year. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now A key OPEC+ monitoring committee is scheduled to meet Oct. 19. While delegates say they expect no decisions on the cuts to be made at the meeting, as the committee is only advisory, some say the bearish market outlooks can not be ignored. “There is no recommendation, as of now” for any changes to the OPEC+ production cut accord, one delegate told S&P Global Platts on condition of anonymity. “But […]