As US crude gains ground in Asia, some OPEC nations could be compelled to increase output to protect their market share in the region, jeopardizing OPEC's production cut deal that helped oil prices climb over 40% since June, according to Dutch bank ING Groep. ING forecast that Brent crude prices will fall to $57 per barrel in the second half of the year.
Booming US oil exports spell trouble for OPEC's balancing act
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