Iran Rant Reveals How Powerless It Really Is in OPEC: Julian Lee
Iran’s Export Pain Could Mean a Hot Winter for Oil
Two supertankers left Iran’s biggest export terminal bound for China late Wednesday, ending an 18-day hiatus.
Iran Resorts to Storing Oil in Fleet of Supertankers. Again
Expect fireworks at the producer group’s meeting this month.
Oil’s popularity isn’t what it used to be.
U.S.’s curbs on Iran’s oil exports will follow in early November and the effect will be bigger, swifter than last time around.
Curbs on oil exports will follow in early November and the effect will be bigger and swifter than last time around.
Iran Forced to Rely on Own Crude Tankers Even as Volumes Fall
Saudi Arabia Is Starting to Stockpile Oil Again
Saudi Arabia pumped near-record crude oil volumes to meet demand.
Bab el-Mandeb, an Emerging Chokepoint for Middle East Oil Flows
The NOPEC bill would decimate the world’s energy safety net.
To Bring Down Gasoline Prices, Start a (Trade) War
President Donald Trump has once again taken to Twitter to slam OPEC for driving up oil prices.
How do you solve a problem like U.S. foreign policy? India and China would like to know.
Kazakh Oil Output Dips as List of Disrupted Producers Lengthens
Trump Lights a Fire Under Oil the Saudis Can't Douse
Saudi Arabia is set to gain market share from Venezuela and Iran.
Iran May Yet Save an OPEC Output Deal
Trump’s decision to slap sanctions back on Iran that is the real driving force behind the rising price of oil.