OPEC puts Iran's September oil output at 3.447m bpd

Oil price extend losses as other markets fall, stockpiles climb

OPEC cuts forecast for global oil demand growth in 2019

Reports emerged in early September that India had given permission to state-owned refiners to import oil from Iran on Iranian tankers using Iranian-backed insurance, after the biggest Indian shipping company backed out of Iran voyages due to the US sanctions.

This outcome increase has hit 4 Year highs recently and was unable to frame for predicted outcome losses from sanctions-hit Iran and Venezuela.

Companies turned off daily production of about 670,800 barrels of oil and 726 million cubic feet of gas by midday on Tuesday, according to the federal offshore regulator, the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE). Under the production cuts initiated in January, Saudi Arabia's quota is 10.058 million barrels a day.

Iran may indeed have not cut production yet to match the rate of decline in its exports, as the country appears to be storing more oil on ships as it did during sanctions that applied until the 2015 nuclear deal. Brent strikes a 4 Year high of $86.74, in the last week. However, the OPEC (and its non-OPEC associates such as Russia) and oil markets are working in the shadow of Trump's tweet and his forthcoming sanctions on Iran's oil industry.

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"We will take care of them", Trump told reporters when asked about the decision of some countries like India and China to continue to purchase oil from Iran. The world will need nearly 900,000 fewer barrels from the group each day in 2019 - equivalent to Libya's average output this year.

A release of US strategic oil stocks to ease the loss of Iranian supplies looked remote and would have limited impact anyway, and a plan by European nations aimed at maintaining trade with Iran was unlikely to help, he added. "I can't see anything that will affect oil prices dramatically to the downside".

Sourcing from Iran increased to 12.7 MT in 2015-16, giving it the sixth spot. It had in 2014-15 supplied 17.9 MT crude, which came down to 11 MT in 2015-16 and 9.8 MT in 2016-17, the minister said. However, oil market basics do not point out that this demand is apparent. This was confirmed by officials at the two state-refiners. Also, Tehran is open to accepting rupee payment for oil and may use the money to pay for equipment and food items it buys from India. "As a result, Indian refiners will increase dependence on the remaining Middle Eastern crude oil suppliers (mainly Saudi Arabia and Iraq), aside from Iran", Moody's has said recently. Blockchain is one such technology which has huge usages across the O&G industry.

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