OPEC chief pledges to deepen ties with Biden administration


An off-shore oil platform off the coast in Huntington Beach, California on April 5, 2020.

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DUBAI — Oil-producing group OPEC will continue to strengthen its relationship with the U.S. energy industry under Joe Biden’s new administration, the oil cartel’s Secretary General Mohammed Barkindo told CNBC on Tuesday.

It comes despite the Democratic leader’s stated commitment to fight climate change and focus on renewable energy.

Barkindo congratulated Biden for his upcoming inauguration during a virtual panel hosted by the Atlantic Council Global Energy Forum, and said: “We continue to deepen this relationship, which we…


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