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Trump admin divided over Iran sanctions

Trump admin divided over Iran sanctions

The Trump administration is divided over how far to pressure Iran with its sanctions campaign, as it weighs options that could bolster imports of medicine to Iran and permit some foreign governments to keep buying Iranian oil, according to former officials, congressional aides and sources close to the White House.

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US clinches strategic deal with Oman with an eye on Iran

US clinches strategic deal with Oman with an eye on Iran

The United States clinched a strategic port deal with Oman on Sunday which U.S. officials say will allow the U.S. military better access to the Gulf region and reduce the need to send ships through the Strait of Hormuz, a maritime choke point off Iran.

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2019 a tough year for Iran’s oil exports

2019 a tough year for Iran’s oil exports

Iran’s former representative at the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) believes: “The US will not revise sanctions on Iranian oil exports because a more than 2 million bpd increase in non-OPEC oil production in 2019 will spare world markets from facing a shortage due to the reduction of exports from Iran.”

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UK calls for cooperation with Iran on polo

UK calls for cooperation with Iran on polo

The deputy director of Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization Iran (ICHTO) announced that Britain has called for cooperating with Iran in the field of the ancient sport of “Chogan” (polo).

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US says oil market can withstand lack of Iranian exports

US says oil market can withstand lack of Iranian exports

U.S. officials said the global oil market can withstand the removal of all Iranian crude exports this year, a conclusion that could be pivotal in the coming weeks as President Donald Trump weighs whether to end sanctions waivers granted to several nations.

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US aims to cut Iran oil export by 20% from May

US aims to cut Iran oil export by 20% from May

The United States aims to cut Iran’s crude exports by about 20 percent to below 1 million barrels per day (bpd) from May by requiring importing countries to reduce purchases to avoid U.S. sanctions, two sources familiar with the matter told Reuters.

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