Iran is set to attend the meeting of an OPEC+ advisory committee next month, according to a delegate who declined to be identified. While Iran — exempted from OPEC’s production cuts because it’s output has been hit by U.S. sanctions — isn’t a member of the Joint Ministerial Monitoring Committee (JMMC), it will be represented at the panel’s March 3 gathering, the delegate said. The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries and its allies, which include Russia, meet the following day to consider output levels for April.

It’s not uncommon for non-JMMC members to participate in its sessions, with OPEC nations such as Libya and Venezuela having attended in the past.