LONDON  - The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries may decide to cut the cartel's oil output quota as the price of crude risks falling under 100 dollars a barrel, energy consultancy CGES said Monday. "The worsening economic outlook suggests that oil prices have further to fall, but OPEC, whose members are due to meet in early September, may act to prevent them from falling too far," the Centre for Global Energy Studies said in its latest monthly report. "There is a danger, though, that the Organization will over-react, cut its production too sharply and send oil prices back up," added the London-based consultancy. "The CGES believes that OPEC member-countries, facing increased government spending and rising inflation, will not be happy to see prices fall far below 100 dollars per barrel," added Monday's report.