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Sri Lanka seeks waiver for Iran oil imports
Sri Lanka has held talks with India to seek advice on its strategy on purchasing oil from Iran in the light of tightening US sanctions.
MP: EU mulling ways to buy Iranian crude
The EU is in talks with Iran to find the best way to channel oil revenues to Iran, an MP said on Saturday.
Official: European firms ready to cooperate with Iran's oil industry
Dozens of European companies have voiced willingness to cooperate with Iran in developing its oil industry despite US sanctions, said the head of the Society of Iranian Petroleum Industries Equipment Manufacturers.
Oil dividend could turn Libya into North Africa’s Norway
As Libyan oil production surges, the country has been noted for having some of the most important oil reserves in the world in terms of quality.
Huge Iranian oil armada en route to China
Turkey in talks with US for Iran crude waiver
Iran: US efforts to cut oil exports to zero 'political bluff'
“No difficulty to receive payments for oil exports”
MRPL expects India to get waiver from US sanctions on Iran
India's Mangalore Refinery and Petrochemicals Ltd. (MRPL) expects India to get a waiver from US sanctions on Iranian oil exports this month, a company official said on Tuesday.
Iran: Trump cannot bring oil prices down by 'bullying'
US President Donald Trump cannot bring oil prices down by “bullying” other nations, Iran’s oil minister said on Tuesday, adding that the market was suffering from short supply.
First VP: Iran finds new customers for oil exports
Iran's First Vice President Es’haq Jahangiri downplayed the effects of US sanctions, saying that his country has found new customers for crude oil.
World's top traders predict oil outlook as above $100 per barrel
The world's biggest trading houses said on Wednesday they saw oil prices not falling below $65 per barrel and possibly breaking above $100 next year as US sanctions on Iran reduce crude exports from the Islamic Republic.
Iranian tanker discharges oil into storage in China ahead of US sanctions
A vessel carrying two million barrels of Iranian oil discharged the crude into a bonded storage tank at the port of Dalian in northeast China on Monday, according to Refinitiv Eikon data and a shipping agent with knowledge of the matter.
Global growth at risk from $100 oil next year
If oil prices head above $100 a barrel, it could shave 0.2 percentage points from global economic growth next year — but this hinges crucially on the dollar, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch.

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