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EU to make direct oil payments to Iran
A plan by the European Union to make direct oil payments to Iran after the US re-imposes sanctions against the country is seen to risk the start of a trade war between Europe and the United States.
US withdrawal from JCPOA will have little impact Iran's oil industry: Official
The US decision to withdraw from the nuclear deal will have little impact on Iran's oil industry, said the deputy head for non-industrial operations of National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC).
Iran holds meeting with Chinese companies on oil exports
A senior official at Iran's state-owned oil supplier met Chinese buyers this week to ask them to maintain imports after US sanctions kick in, three people familiar with the matter said.
Iran in talks with oil companies to start cooperation with SOCAR
Iran is negotiating with leading international oil companies active in deep-water drilling regarding the joint projects with Azerbaijan's state oil company (SOCAR) in the Caspian Sea, an official with the Iranian Oil Ministry told Trend News Agency.
Iran says oil exports uninterrupted as sanctions loom
A top Iranian oil official said all of the country's oil cargoes have designated customers worldwide, stressing that the potential US sanctions have not so far undermined the flow of oil to international markets.
South Korea's April Iranian oil imports top 300,000 bpd
South Korea imported 1.24 million tons of Iranian crude, or 303,025 barrels per day (bpd), according to the customs data.
US withdrawal from JCPOA won't force Iran out of oil market: Official
The decision by the US to withdraw from the nuclear deal won't have serious impact on Iran's oil exports, the managing director of National Iranian Oil Terminals Company told Trend News Agency.
Chile becomes new purchaser of Iranian crude oil
Iran has found a new buyer for its crude oil after the decision by the US to reimpose sanctions, trading and shipping sources said on Thursday.
Oil hits new highs after Trump quits Iran deal
Oil prices increased by above 3 percent in Wednesday trading after US President Donald Trump announced that he would pull America out of a nuclear agreement with Iran.
Buyers seek US waivers to buy Iranian oil
South Korea said on Wednesday it would seek US exemptions to buy Iranian oil, a path many big oil consumers are likely to follow in the wake of new US sanctions on Tehran.
Iran oil industry in for big year despite US threats
Iran's oil industry may be heading for choppy waters from a possible US re-enactment of sanctions, but the country's officials foresee a thriving year during which as many as 17 upstream contracts are expected to be finalized.
Iran oil exports to Asia up in April
Refinery maintenance coupled with a release of floating storage volumes pushed Iran's crude and condensate exports in April to Asian clients to multiyear highs, although output remained stable.
New sanctions not to halt Iran's oil industry advancement: Officials
Iran's oil industry will continue to develop even if the United States pulls out of the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, and Tehran would still see the accord as operational as long as it can sell oil, said senior oil officials.
Oil companies ask judge to kill NYC's global warming lawsuit
Five of the world’s biggest oil companies asked a judge to throw out New York City’s lawsuit seeking to hold them responsible for costs related to the environmental changes caused by their products.
Oil Ministry hopes nuclear deal can hold as oil exports climb
With crude and condensate exports of around 2.5 million barrels per day (mbd), senior Iranian oil officials are hopeful the country's nuclear deal with Western powers will continue, despite the US threatening to withdraw.

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