Highlights Both countries still want exemptions from quotas Output recoveries may weaken their cases Delegates say it’s time they help rebalance the market Vienna — Libya and Nigeria could be key elements in an OPEC output agreement this week as other members are pushing to rescind the two countries’ exemptions from production cuts and have them join the rest of the organization’s efforts to ward off a supply glut. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now Neither country seems keen to do so, citing their continued security risks, but having boosted their crude output significantly over the last two years, their pleas may be falling on deaf ears. Delegates told S&P Global Platts that they will be asking Libya and Nigeria to accept a production cut quota if OPEC can reach a new supply accord when it meets Thursday in Vienna. “We are hopeful […]