SLIDE SEEN FOR NON-OPEC OIL PRODUCTION

Throughout the coming decade, oil flow outside the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries will continue the decline it began in the late 1980s, while worldwide demand will increase modestly. But productive capacity among OPEC members will be more than adequate to offset non-OPEC declines, and oil prices will not change significantly--on average--from today's levels. That was the consensus of a number of analysts at the Society of Petroleum Engineers' hydrocarbon economics and

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