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The Geopolitics of Iran’s Fuel Shipments to Venezuela

The US withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal and sanctions on oil exports in 2018 have made the situation for Iran’s oil industry even more precarious. But US efforts to reduce Iran’s oil exports to zero have caused Tehran to sell oil in the grey market, or by using a third country. Despite the …

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The Future of Iran Energy Exports to Iraq

Major energy producing countries are using energy exports to increase political influence in consumer countries. Energy exports are one of the most important ways to create interdependence as well as stability and security in the region. Iran ranks second in the world’s gas reserves, but  domestic gas consumption increased sharply …

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Challenges and opportunities at OPEC meeting

The main goal of OPEC is to coordinate and unify the oil policies of its members, and to identify the best ways to protect their interests individually and collectively. OPEC is also looking for ways to guarantee world market prices by eliminating unnecessary volatility. OPEC’s continuing viability and its impact …

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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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