Tag: Iran

UAE Changes Up Its Light Sweet Suppliers

Following on from last week’s blog on Algerian crude exports and US shale, we follow the dots to look at the changing flows from these two sources into the United Arab Emirates. The ongoing political and economic boycott of Qatar

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Exit From OPEC Boosts Qatari Oil Exports

Qatar’s oil and condensate exports are at a three-year high, having climbed consistently in 2019 after its December decision to leave OPEC. Doha’s decision to quit the oil cartel at the start of 2019 has meant that its oil production

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Iraq and Iran From a Crude Perspective

If there is one area where Iraq is taking advantage of Iran’s diminishing influence, it is in the oil market. Tehran’s influence in Iraq is multifaceted and the relationship between the two neighbors is deep and complex. In the oil

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Too Loud to Think in the Strait of Hormuz

  While the United States and Iran continue to flex their muscles and thumb their noses at each other, it’s the United Kingdom that is getting pulled directly into the crisis. On July 4, ironically US independence day, the British

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