Home Tags Energy Market

Tag: Energy Market

The latest news and views about energy market

‘Naval Forces Ready to Ensure Security of Iranian Oil Tankers’

A top Iranian Navy commander shrugged off US threats against the Islamic Republic and said the Armed Forces are fully ready to guarantee the security of the country’s oil tankers in international waters.

Iranian Crude Oil Sold Out in Energy Bourse

All the 700,000 barrels of crude oil released at Iran’s energy bourse were sold out at a rate of $64.97 in the second phase of supplying the Iranian crude oil through the market.
US Pressuring Iran’s Oil Customers

US to Exempt Eight Countries from Iran Oil Sanctions: Report

The US administration has reportedly agreed to allow eight countries – including Japan, India and South Korea – to keep buying crude oil from Iran after it re-imposes sanctions on the OPEC producer on Nov. 5, a senior administration official said.

Tehran Denies Reports of Selling Oil through Russia

Iran’s oil minister has denied reports that Tehran is selling its petroleum through Russia in a bid to bypass the US sanctions.

Iran Starts Direct Sale of Crude Oil through Energy Bourse

Iran has started supplying its crude oil to the private sector through its energy bourse, a local market which provides Iranian and foreign tradesmen with a chance to purchase Iran’s crude oil and export it to the international markets.

US Can’t Reduce Oil Price by Bullying Others: Iran

Iran’s Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh says the US cannot stop the oil price rise and tackle the current shortage in the world’s oil market by bullying other oil producers.

Iran, Russia Agree to Increase Oil Output by 1m bpd

Iran’s petroleum minister, in an unannounced visit to Moscow, reached a deal with the Russian energy minister on a 1-million-bpd increase in oil output through joint efforts.
Iran Oil

“Iran Finds New Oil Clients ahead of US Sanctions”

Iran's First Vice-President Es’haq Jahangiri says the Islamic Republic has found new customers for its crude oil after a number of its former clients stopped their purchases over fear of the US’ November sanctions.

“Drop in Oil Prices Hinges on Removal of US Sanctions on Iran”

Iran’s oil minister has rejected US President Donald Trump’s remarks that OPEC is to blame for the rise in oil prices, urging Washington to stop trying to hamper Iran’s oil trade if it really wants a drop in global oil prices.

Oil Prices to Go Down If Trump Keeps Quiet: Iran

Iran’s envoy to the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) says the oil prices may go down as US President Donald Trump wants only if he keeps quiet and stop posting tweets.

Today's Front Pages

Ads