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INTERVIEWS

Iran to export 1mn bdp of oil despite US sanctions: Energy expert

Qatar will withdraw from the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), the Persian Gulf nation’s Energy Minister Saad Sherida al-Kaabi announced. The decision to quit the bloc of 15 oil-producing countries that account for a significant percentage of the world’s oil production was confirmed by Qatar Petroleum, the state …

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Oil prices decline contrary to expectations

– Saudi Arabia’s quicker than expected output restoration sparks oil price fall Oil prices declined contrary to expectations due to the quicker than expected restoration of Saudi Arabia’s output, the contained global response to the drone attacks on Saudi Aramco’s facilities, and greater output from other supplier countries like Qatar, …

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Geopolitics of Increasing US Oil Production, Export Capacity

Shale gas has had a major impact on energy prices around the world. Due to Shale gas revolution, US advanced technology and innovation, America’s dependence on foreign energy sources especially the Middle East is decreasing. According to US Energy Information Agency last year US produced on average more than 5 million …

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The fate of Iran’s energy development plans under US pressure

A recent expression of doubt by Patrick Pouyanné, the chief executive officer of France’s energy giant Total, whether to carry out cooperation with Iran has strengthened worries over the fate of Iran’s energy development projects. Omid Shokri, a Washington-based energy analyst, told Trend November 18 that “Total or any other …

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