2019, March, 13, 11:05:00INDIA WANTS IRAN'S OIL
India wants to keep buying Iranian oil at its current level of about 300,000 barrels per day (bpd), as it negotiates with Washington about extending a sanctions waiver past early May, two sources with knowledge of the matter said. New Delhi is asking to be allowed to still buy Iranian oil at current levels of around 1.25 million tonnes per month, or about 300,000 barrels per day, the sources said.
2019, March, 13, 11:00:00IRAN'S GAS WILL UP
Iran is to launch four new phases at South Pars, the world’s largest gas field, with a production capacity of up to 110 million cubic meters per day, the oil ministry said
2019, February, 8, 11:25:00IRAN'S GAS PRODUCTION UP
SHANA - Zangeneh said Iran had outdone Qatar in recovery from the giant offshore South Pars gas field and surpassed Iraq in production from jointly owned oil reservoirs.
2019, January, 14, 11:55:00IRAN'S OIL FOR INDIA DOWN 41%
REUTERS - India’s oil imports from Iran fell by 41 percent in December to 302,000 barrels per day oil (bpd), ship tracking data reviewed by Reuters showed, as pressure from U.S. sanctions took effect.
2018, December, 17, 10:25:00IRAN'S OIL FOR INDIA DOWN
REUTERS - India’s monthly oil imports from Iran plunged to their lowest in a year in November with Tehran dropping two places to become only the sixth biggest supplier after New Delhi cut purchases due to the impact of U.S. sanctions, according to ship tracking data and industry sources.
2018, December, 17, 10:20:00IRAN'S OIL FOR S.KOREA: ZERO
PLATTS - South Korea imported no Iranian crude in November for a third straight month due to the re-imposition of US sanctions on Tehran, according to preliminary data released by the Korea Customs Service on Monday.
2018, December, 12, 08:55:00IRAN SANCTIONS AGAIN
AN - US Energy Secretary Rick Perry said on Tuesday he had discussed his country’s sanctions against Iran with Iraqi energy officials and signalled an intention to step up US private sector investment in Iraq.
2018, December, 7, 08:20:00IRANIAN OIL PRICE: $60 - $70
SHANA - Asked about potential OPEC production cuts, Mr. Zangeneh said, “Different figures are proposed and we must wait and see what decision OPEC members will make.” He also said that $60 to $70 dollars per barrel would be reasonable for crude oil.
2018, November, 26, 13:40:00IAEA Board of Governors November Meeting
IAEA - Focused Projects Help to Achieve National Development Priorities, Says IAEA Director General at November Board of Governors Meeting
2018, November, 23, 12:20:00INDIA'S OIL IMPORTS UP TO 5 MBD
PLATTS - India's crude imports surged to 5 million b/d in October to register the highest monthly inflows in more than seven years as refiners rushed to ship in cargoes amid doubts on whether New Delhi would win a waiver on Iran.
2018, November, 22, 11:15:00U.S. - CHINA OIL
PLATTS - Recent activity in the US Gulf Coast shipping market signals that Chinese buyers have returned to buying US crudes oil after halting all imports of US grades in August and September.
2018, November, 19, 11:35:00IRAN, RUSSIA OPPORTUNITIES
NGW - Although US secondary sanctions against Iran’s petroleum sector resumed on November 5, Russia will most likely defy them by continuing to invest in Iran’s natural gas sector. Russia may also seek to influence the flow of Iran’s natural gas into the European market, where it could undermine Russia’s political-economic interests if not coordinated with Moscow.
2018, November, 16, 09:30:00SAUDIS ARE ANGRY
REUTERS - “The Saudis are very angry at Trump. They don’t trust him any more and feel very strongly about a cut. They had no heads-up about the waivers,” said one senior source briefed on Saudi energy policies.
2018, November, 9, 15:25:00IRAN SANCTIONS ANEW
PLATTS - US sanctions are expected to bring Iranian crude exports down to 1.1 million b/d in November, and 850,000 b/d in the fourth quarter of 2019, down from an average of 2.686 million b/d in April and May,
2018, November, 7, 11:40:00THE NEW IRAN SANCTIONS
U.S. DT - “Treasury’s imposition of unprecedented financial pressure on Iran should make clear to the Iranian regime that they will face mounting financial isolation and economic stagnation until they fundamentally change their destabilizing behavior. Iran’s leaders must cease support for terrorism, stop proliferating ballistic missiles, end destructive regional activities, and abandon their nuclear ambitions immediately if they seek a path to sanctions relief,”