Iran’s Master Plan To Beat U.S. Sanctions

Iran’s Master Plan To Beat U.S. Sanctions

One key foreign policy goal of the current U.S. government is to initiate regime change in Iran by crippling its economy to such a degree that popular unrest removes the current power structures in the country, particularly the near-omnipresent IRGC.

Venezuela Keeps Oil Exports Stable In April

Venezuela Keeps Oil Exports Stable In April

Despite an escalating situation in Venezuela, oil exports from the country remained perhaps surprisingly stable in April, at an average daily rate of 1.06 million barrels, Reuters reports, citing its own shipping and trading data.

India Looks To Double Its Natural Gas Usage

India Looks To Double Its Natural Gas Usage

This week Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced that this administration is working toward establishing a natural gas trading exchange as part of a larger effort to relieve the rapidly developing nation’s reliance on crude oil and its byproducts.

High Oil Prices Are Already Destroying Demand

High Oil Prices Are Already Destroying Demand

Crude oil prices have gone up high enough to begin hurting demand for the commodity, the chief of the International Energy Agency, Fatih Birol, said as quoted by Reuters on the sidelines of an industry event in Singapore.

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