Oil Crash Means Biggest Boomers Halt Supply Growth in 2016By and
U.S., Iraq to both stop adding barrels amid price drop
Faltering growth to spur global oil market rebalancing in 2016
To understand what the oil price crash will mean for global crude supplies next year, look no further than the two nations that added more barrels to world markets in 2015 than anyone else.
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