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Libyan state oil firm says output down 75% due to blockade imposed by Haftar’s militia
Libya’s National Oil Company (NOC) says its oil production has plunged by 75 percent since forces loyal to the country’s military strongman Khalifa Haftar laid siege to oil fields a week ago.
Middle East share of India's oil imports falls to four-year-low in 2019
India's imports of Middle Eastern oil plunged to a four-year low in 2019, tanker data obtained from sources showed, as the energy-hungry nation diversifies its supplies to cut costs and help shield itself from geopolitical tensions.
Nigeria says it complied with OPEC+ output cuts in December
Nigeria fully complied in December with limits to oil output set by OPEC and other global producers, the head of the country’s energy company said.
Iran getting ‘better’ on foreign oil sale, reclaiming money: CBI
Iran’s chief banker said Tehran has devised alternative ways to bypass US embargoes against its oil exports and to retrieve revenues.
India's oil demand growth set to overtake China by mid-2020s
India's oil demand is expected to reach six million barrels per day (bpd) by 2024 from 4.4 million bpd in 2017, but its domestic production is expected to rise only marginally, making it more reliant on crude imports and more vulnerable to supply disruption in the Middle East.
Expulsion of foreigners won’t affect oil supply from Iraq: Expert
An Iranian energy expert believes global oil prices would remain stable if the Americans and other Western staff operating production facilities in Iraq are expelled or decide to leave the country on their own.
Oil tops $70 on soaring tensions between Iran, US
Oil prices rose over 1% on Monday, pushing Brent above $70 a barrel, as rhetoric from the United States, Iran and Iraq fanned tensions in the Middle East after a US airstrike killed a top Iranian military commander.
Iranian economy growing without oil, balance of trade positive: Minister
The Iranian economy has for a first time grown without enjoying normal revenues derived from sale of crude, says a senior government minister, adding the country is exporting more non-crude commodities than ever.
Investors back oil’s jump above $60 with surge in bullish bets
Hedge funds boosted bets on rising US crude prices to the highest level in more than seven months, helping support oil’s first full week above $60 a barrel since May.
US sanctioning Iran to make room for its shale oil: Zanganeh
Iran’s Minister of Oil Bijan Namdar Zanganeh said US sanctions on the Iranian oil industry, apart from being a measure of political pressure, aim to open up the world oil market to US shale oil.
CBI: Iran’s economy, minus oil, growing at 0.5%
Iran’s economy, excluding oil, has recorded a growth rate of 0.5 percent in the first six months of the Iranian year (March 21-September 22), said the country’s chief banker.
Erdogan says world cares more about Syria's oil than its children
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan urged world powers on Tuesday to help it resettle one million Syrian refugees very soon, accusing governments of moving more quickly to guard Syria's oil fields than its children.
Official: Iran capable of manufacturing 12,000 oil industry components
Iranian experts have the know-how to manufacture 12,000 components and sophisticated equipment of the petroleum industry inside the country, CEO of a major state-run oil corporation said, unveiling plans for domestic production of 7,500 new industrial parts.
Iran's draft budget eyes oil sale at $50 per barrel: Official
Iran’s budget for next year expects an oil price of $50 a barrel, head of Planning and Budget Organization Mohammad-Baqer Nobakht said at a press conference on Monday.

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