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World’s largest oil trader says U.S. has left OPEC in control of global crude prices

The decline in U.S. drilling and output leaves little competition to OPEC's efforts to manage markets, Mike Muller, Vitol’s head of Asia, said during an online conference on Sunday. Brent crude closed above $70 a barrel last week for the first time in two years, as buyers demand more oil than producers are pumping.

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