VIENNA - OPEC agreed on Thursday to keep its collective oil output limit unchanged for the second half of the year at 30 million barrels a day, an OPEC delegate said.

The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries is actually pumping about 31.6 million barrels daily.

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Several OPEC ministers have called on the biggest producer Saudi Arabia to cut back output to support oil prices above $100 a barrel.


Brent crude has fallen from $128 a barrel in March to under $97 now after Riyadh lifted output to 10 million bpd and the economic outlook darkened.