People like to be in control, and certainly that’s the case with a producer group like OPEC. But it takes time to turn a proverbial battleship—or crude tanker—around. What if measures intended to balance the market, once implemented, exceed their goal? What if measures are so effective that they need to be reversed, shifting to slower production after earlier running with spigots wide open?

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