He said the main study center funded by the government assesses the impact that oil markets have on the organization, according to the Wall Street Journal.
The leader of the oil-exporting countries (OPEC) leader in Saudi Arabia has leased a study to analyze a possible exit from the company, reports the Wall Street Journal.
The main research center funded by the Saudi Arabian government assesses the potential impact on the oil markets when it leaves the OPEC.
Over the past 60 years, the country has been headed by the OPEC.
The effort coincided with a new pressure on the Saudi government, even since Trump was accused of a cartel on oil price rises and after the murder of journalist Jamal Khashogg in a Saudi Arabian consulate in Turkey.