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  • US Oil Output Hike, Challenge to Mideast

    US Oil Output Hike, Challenge to Mideast

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- US President Donald Trump’s energy policy has had significant impacts on global markets. Under his administration, the United States has managed to increase its oil production to levels exceeding leading producers Russia and Saudi Arabia.

  • Threat to Iran Would Jeopardize Energy Security

    Threat to Iran Would Jeopardize Energy Security

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- The world oil market is highly dynamic. Over recent months, this dynamism has picked up speed due to ongoing geopolitical events in the oil sector. The Trump administration has imposed sanctions on Iran’s petroleum sector in a bid to zero the country’s oil exports and drive Iran and even the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) out of the oil market. The dependence of nations on oil carries one single message: Threatening Iran, which sits atop the world’s largest oil and gas reserves, will jeopardize the energy security.

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  • US Statements Cannot Run Oil Market: Zangeneh

    US Statements Cannot Run Oil Market: Zangeneh

    TEHRAN (Shana) – Iranian Minster of Petroleum Bijan Zangeneh said on Wednesday that the oil market could not be managed by mere US statements.

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  • Impact of Trump's Irrational Decisions on Oil Market

    Impact of Trump's Irrational Decisions on Oil Market

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- The Brent crude oil, last night, for the first time in 2019, crossed the $71/barrel threshold, only hours after the US labelled Iran's elite Revolutionary Guard Corps a 'terror group', indicating that the US President, contrary to his tweets, not only was not concerned about stabilizing the oil market and helping cut fuel prices in the US, but also caused turmoil in the market with his illogical decisions.

  • Oil Market Supply/Demand Balance is Fragile--Iran

    Oil Market Supply/Demand Balance is Fragile--Iran

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- The balance between supply and demand in the oil market is fragile, Iranian Minister of Petroleum Bijan Zangeneh said on Monday, as he called on crude producers to be wary of troubles caused by U.S. sanctions.