According to Press TV, the cuts would lower the collective production of producers by 1.8 million barrels per day (mb/d).
A dozen non-members led by top oil producer Russia, which reduced output in tandem with OPEC, would also join the scheme.
OPEC members Nigeria and Libya would still be excluded from cuts as their output remained curbed by unrest.
Iran would also be allowed to keep its oil production by 3.8 mb/d over the next nine months. The country has been exempted from the existing six-month oil output cut deal that would expire in June.
Iran’s Oil Minister Bijan Zanganeh told reporters on the sidelines of the OPEC meeting that Iran’s oil production would not change as it stood around the same level that the Organization announced in its meeting in Vienna today.
Saudi Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih praised what he described as OPEC’s consensus over the move.
“We do have consensus. My job has been very easy. There is great solidarity among members,” Falih said.
“I think everybody sees the benefits and everybody appreciates this collective action.”
Iraq’s Oil Minister Jabbar Ali Hussein Al-Luiebi said his country strongly supported extending the oil output cut deal.
“We fully support nine months…it will have more impact on the market’s stability and the prices, it will have more benefit in 9 months and we think it is a period that will have more stability in the market,” he said.
OPEC cuts have helped to push oil back above $50 a barrel this year, giving a fiscal boost to producers, many of which rely heavily on energy revenues and have had to burn through foreign-currency reserves to plug holes in their budgets, Reuters reported.