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India's decision to cut oil imports from Iran 'not political'
Fereydoun Barkeshli, president of Vienna Energy Research Group in Austria and the National Iranian Oil Company's former general manager for OPEC and international affairs stressed that major producers and exporters eye Asian market vehemently.
Sri Lanka to settle $42m petrodollars to Iran by February
Sri Lanka will settle its $42 million in arrears to Iran on past oil bills this February, the International Monetary Fund said.
Iran says oil sales at $40bn since March
A top Iranian diplomat said the country’s oil revenues since 21 March 2017 have already amounted to as much as $40 billion, stressing that this has been a result of the nuclear agreement that had led to the removal of multiple-year sanctions.
Oil prices near three-year highs, supported by healthy demand
Brent crude oil shed some of its recent gains on Tuesday, falling nearly $1 a barrel but healthy demand underpinned prices near $70, a level not seen since 2014's market slump.
Oil spill around sunken tanker expands in East China Sea (Video)
The oil spill on the water surface around the sunken Iranian tanker in the East China Sea had expanded from 10 to 58 square kilometers from Sunday to Monday, China's maritime authority said.
South Korea's Iranian oil imports up over 29% in 2017
South Korea's imports of Iranian crude oil during 2017 jumped by 29.1 percent, customs data showed on Monday.
Burning Iranian oil tanker sinks
All crew presumed dead
Iran's oil minister: OPEC doesn't want Brent over $60 a barrel
Iranian oil minister warned that the group risks overheating the oil market as crude prices head toward $70 a barrel.
Iran crude output from South Yaran at 10,000 bpd
Iran has stabilized crude oil production from South Yaran oilfield at 10,000 barrels per day, said the operator of the field's development project.
NIOC: No dent in Iran payment in spilled condensate cargo heading to South Korea
National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) said South Korea will fully pay for the condensate cargo that was destroyed in a tanker collision near China this week.
Iranian tanker burns for third day after collision off China coast
An Iranian-owned oil tanker that collided with a Chinese freighter in the East China Sea on Saturday was still on fire on Tuesday morning, the Chinese government said.
Iranian delegation to examine ctanker collision in China
Head of Ports and Maritime Organization Mohammad Rastad said on Sunday that a group of Iranian experts are preparing to go to China to closely examine various dimensions of the Iranian oil tanker collision in the Chinese waters.
Tehran to host gathering of oil, petrochemicals unions
Tehran will host the first joint gathering of the heads of oil, gas and petrochemical associations, commissions and unions from Iran and South Korean on January 9.
Iran exported 777m barrels of crude in 2017
OPEC member Iran exported 777 million barrels of crude oil in 2017, Oil Ministry announced in a statement.
South Korea seizes another ship suspected of transferring oil to North Korea: Report
South Korea has seized a Panama-flagged vessel suspected of shipping oil products to North Korea in breach of international embargoes enforced against Pyongyang, a report says.

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