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Iran’s oil to keep flowing amid US sanctions

Despite US sanctions, Iran’s oil exports will continue albeit at lower levels. That should lead to a somewhat positive impact on the spot tanker market, some analysts say

Iran’s oil exports could fall to about 800,000 bpd by the middle of next year, says Facts Global Energy


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