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Iran, Iraq to lead Middle East oil growth
Speculations are growing that oil field development plans in Iran and Iraq would drive the largest production growth in the Middle East over the next four years.
EU lawmakers vote for ban on Arctic oil exploration
Members of the European Parliament have voted against oil drilling in the Arctic region, emphasizing the necessity to preserve the icy waters' unique environment.
Iran using gas injections to boost oil output
Speculations are emerging in media that Iran is injecting huge amounts of natural gas into its aging oil fields to boost its production of crude oil.
South Korea’s imports of Iranian oil up 54%
The latest official figures show that South Korea’s imports of oil from Iran rose by about 54 percent in February from a year ago.
Iran to keep oil cap at 3.8 mbd in second half 2017: Minister
Iran will keep its oil production cap at 3.8 million barrels per day in the second half of 2017 provided other OPEC members stick to the output level they agreed to in November, said Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh on Tuesday.
Iran second oil supplier to India in February
India's oil imports from Iran rose nearly 17 percent in February from a month earlier as refiners received less crude from key OPEC producers Saudi Arabia and Iraq following an OPEC deal to cut output, shipping data showed on Monday.
Oil minister highlights importance of supporting domestic products
Oil Ministry has done a great deal to support domestic products, said the oil minister on Sunday.
Iran exports oil products worth $8.2b in a year
Iran exported 165 million barrels of oil worth $8.2 billion since March 2016 with the replacement of oil products with natural gas in the country's energy basket.
Iraq, Iran agree to resolve dispute on joint oilfields
Iraq’s Oil Ministry signed a memorandum of understanding with the Iranian Oil Ministry to settle disputes over the joint oilfields and examine the possibility of building a pipeline to export crude oil from the Kirkuk fields, in the north of Iraq, through Iran.
Iran may award Kish deal to Shell
Iran may begin talks with global energy giant Shell on the development of Kish gas field which holds the country's largest reserves of natural gas after South Pars.
Zanganeh: Iran ready to ship 100,000 bpd crude to South Africa
Iran is ready to send 100,000 barrels of crude oil per day to South Africa as well as to purchase refinery shares in that country, said Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh.
Defying Trump, Iran draws up $80b of oil deals
Iran is negotiating $80 billion of oil deals for signing, some of which are expected to be finalized no later than the next three months, said two senior officials said in Tehran on Saturday.
Tankers show sharp rise in Iran's crude oil shipments to Europe
Iran is making rapid forays into the European crude oil market and selling its parcels to countries such as France, Italy, Greece and Spain, UK-based global shipping consultancy, VesselsValue said.
Asian imports of Iranian oil rise nearly 70% in January
Imports of Iranian crude by Asia's four main oil buyers increased by about two-thirds in January from a year ago when levels were lower as Western sanctions on Tehran had only just been lifted.
Novak: Russia planning to buy 100,000 bpd of Iran oil
Russia is negotiating the issue of daily purchases of 100,000 barrels of oil from Iran, Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak said Monday.

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