Production cuts from the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries aren’t enough to cut global crude oil supplies, a market analyst said Thursday. OPEC members, and coordinating non-member states, last year agreed to hold production levels steady in an effort to erase a glut of oil on the market. An oversupplied market last year pushed oil to historic lows and OPEC’s agreement is aimed at restoring balance. Market watchers estimate a compliance rate of about 90 percent so far. Saudi Arabia is the largest contributor to overall cuts and secondary sources reported total OPEC production at 32.1 million barrels per day at the end of January, a decline of 2.7 percent from December and below the target range. Libya and Nigeria are exempt from […]