Large consumers such as China, India and the United States can agree to buy crude oil for their emergency stocks. Large producers can give estimates of what the market will do for their planned production in the coming months and for the coming year, an exercise that will undoubtedly show production reductions for anyone who reacts to market forces. The group will then be able to discuss the types of developments that should be reported for greater attention, such as the lack of investment. B or losses or critical capacity or infrastructure. You should answer the question of where are the potential threats to the energy security of this situation? Groups should also identify avenues that appear acceptable and less desirable to support a country`s domestic oil industry. It should be noted that tariffs and trade measures are less desirable, as this can limit and distort the ability to respond quickly to market developments. Government measures to artificially support production should also be less desirable. Things like streamlining subsidies to the oil sector should be more desirable, as should the International Monetary Fund`s support for developing countries, which rely heavily on oil revenues for their stability. The application of environmental and safety requirements should also be considered less desirable guidelines, except in situations where safety or limited operating conditions warrant it. Such measures could constitute a robust and ongoing dialogue on the stability of the oil market, worthy of the G20 energy ministers. Some of the group`s policy directions were also unpopular, particularly among liberal groups.
Protests at the group`s summits have included a warning to the G-20 of promoting trade agreements that strengthen big business, have committed crimes in the fight against climate change, and fail to address social inequalities and global threats to democracy. The G20 is the latest in a series of post-war initiatives to coordinate economic policies at the international level, including institutions such as the Bretton Woods Twins, the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank, and the current World Trade Organization.  Two weeks ago, G20 leaders held an emergency summit that yielded a modest result. The summit communiqué contained an important expression of global solidarity, some underpass tasks to conduct ongoing consultations, and no mention of critical segments of the economy such as energy. While the result was an urgent recognition of the need for global cooperation, it lacked the concrete action plan and real coordination that followed the 2008-2009 financial crisis. Due to the inability to find a solution to the impending fall in oil prices, G20 energy ministers will meet this week to find a possible solution. Three important and tangible things can come from this meeting and perhaps lead to the G20 agreement, which the world really needs right now. At their first meeting in Washington, G20 leaders reached a general agreement on cooperation in key areas to strengthen economic growth, address the financial crisis and agree on three main objectives: several nations also hope to place a strong emphasis on collective action against climate change, a topic that could become a topic of political interest. This week, Macron called the confirmation of the 2015 Paris climate agreement a « red line » to draw his signature from each joint declaration.
But Mr. Trump called climate change a « hoax » and said the United States would withdraw from the Paris agreement. Since the G-20 is a forum and not a legislative body, its agreements and decisions have no legal impact, but they influence country policy and global cooperation. Together, G20 economies account for about 90% of GDP, 80% of world trade and two-thirds of the world`s population.