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Iran oil exports slide in early ship data after Trump sanctions

Iran’s oil exports fell sharply in the first two weeks of June, indicating that U.S. President Donald Trump’s re-imposition of sanctions may be discouraging some buyers.

Iran sees OPEC sticking to supply limits as no need for more oil

OPEC nation Iran said it expects the group to stick with its pact to restrain oil supply as world markets don’t need more crude.

MENA Supply: Robust performance amid tense geopolitical environments

The Arab Petroleum Investments Corporation (APICORP), the multi-lateral development bank focused on the energy sector, published its latest research report, which focuses on the performance of the different countries in the MENA region’s oil supply, in the context of regional geopolitics.

Iran ships first crude to Chile in years as other buyers dither

An oil tanker hauling Iranian crude is making the first delivery to Chile in at least 16 years, a sign the Persian Gulf country may be seeking out new customers for its oil in the face of renewed U.S. sanctions.

Iran deal teeters as Europe seeks exemption from U.S. sanctions

The European Union asked for exemptions from expected U.S. sanctions on Iran and the bloc’s lending arm balked at supporting Iranian projects, signs of the mounting difficulties in meeting a political pledge to stick with the landmark nuclear deal.

Oil slides as U.S. is said to ask OPEC for supply increase

London (Bloomberg) -- Crude declined after the U.S. government was said to have asked Saudi Arabia and other OPEC producers to raise oil supply.

India vows to ignore Trump's sanctions and continue Iran imports

President Donald Trump may have ordered the re-imposition of sanctions on Iran, but one of Asia’s biggest oil importers -- and a strategic partner of the U.S. -- plans on ignoring them.

Total stops Iran gas project as risk from sanctions too high

Total will not risk investing in Iran following the return of U.S. sanctions, unless it can secure a waiver.

Crude rises to $80/bbl for first time since 2014

Oil rose to $80/bbl for the first time since 2014 as U.S. crude inventories fell and traders braced for the impact of sanctions on Iran.

U.S. oil gets cheaper versus Mideast crude after Iran sanctions

The oil price spread that will determine the type of crude bought by Asia in the wake of U.S. sanctions on Iran is currently in favor of American supply.

Iran plans first foreign oil pact since Trump left nuclear deal

Iran plans to sign a $1.16-billion agreement with the UK’s Pergas Resources International Ltd. to work on a southern oil field, marking the Persian Gulf nation’s first energy venture with a foreign company since U.S. President Donald Trump ripped up the Iran nuclear deal.

Oil rises to $79 in London on Mideast risk from Iran to Gaza

Oil climbed to a three-year high near $79/bbl in London on heightened political risks in the Middle East following unrest in Gaza and the return of sanctions against Iran.

Iran oil exports face insurance snag no matter what Europe wants

If European powers are to succeed in holding together a nuclear deal with Iran that the U.S. abandoned a week ago, then one issue they’ll need to consider is the insurance of oil tankers hauling the Persian Gulf country’s crude.

UAE sees OPEC oil capacity "buffer" offsetting Iran curbs

OPEC has enough spare production capacity to cushion oil markets as the U.S. re-imposes sanctions on Iran, according to United Arab Emirates Energy Minister Suhail Al Mazrouei.

Crude near $71 as geopolitical conflicts seen at bay—for now

Crude traded little changed as Middle East conflicts are not seen escalating and output from other major producers is seen making up for any lost by Iran.

Trump's Iran move may kick worst U.S. gas market while it's down

President Donald Trump’s decision to scrap the Iran nuclear deal and restore sanctions was great for oil bulls. But for natural gas drillers in America’s hottest shale play, it could be a disaster in the making.

Crude gains as Israel and Iran clash after Trump's sanctions move

Oil moved above $71/bbl on the risk of supply disruptions due to Middle East conflict, and the U.S. renewed sanctions on Iran.

Iran crisis changes OPEC equation as Saudis signal supply boost

The international nuclear agreement with Iran might not be the only deal U.S. President Donald Trump has unraveled.

Iran sanctions may be a blessing for U.S. crude exports

A revival of U.S. oil sanctions on OPEC’s third-largest producer may set the stage for record-high U.S. crude exports by the end of this year.

Oil rises as Trump tells buyers to cut back on Iranian crude

Oil rose to a three-year high after the U.S. told buyers of Iranian crude they have six months to curb their purchases or face tough penalties.