Oil insurance sanctions from EU to ease against Iran next week

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Pending the go-ahead from the U.N nuclear watchdog changes will go into effect on January 20. The governments in the European Union are planning to implement relief to the EU oil insurance and other sanctions that were placed against Iran, on January 20, the day after a nuclear agreement goes into effect. This will mean that the Middle Eastern country will be able to find coverage for its crude exports. Following an accord from November 24, the E.U. will be implementing a six month suspension of the current bans on…

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Oil insurance pool for Iranian crude expected for India in December

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The Finance Ministry is hoping that the fund will be formalized by next month and is encouraging speed. The Finance Ministry in India is asking the Petroleum Ministry to work more quickly in their effort to complete the procedure for the creation of the oil insurance pool that would make it possible to provide coverage for tankers bringing Iranian crude to the country. This effort is designed to allow the country’s refineries to circumvent the Western sanctions against Iran. The oil insurance pool has been designed by the Indian government…

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Oil insurance being prepared by Iran for its tankers

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Still trying to recover from the bans in place by the E.U. and U.S. against the coverage and reinsurance. The president of the Bimeh Markazi (Central Insurance) Company in Iran has just announced that Tehran is now prepared to being providing oil insurance to tankers that are transporting crude from the country. They are taking this step as a preemptive step in case the western government sanctions are tightened. Though there are already oil insurance sanctions imposed by the European Union as well as the United States, the country is…

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Insurance news from Iran shows crude exports rising

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Despite Western sanctions there has been an increase of approximately 70,000 barrels per day (bpd). The October insurance news out of Iran has shown that even though the American and European Union sanctions are still in place against covering oil exports from Iran, their exports still increased by about 70,000 barrels per day, reaching 2.7 million bpd that month. This shows that the Western bans are not having the intended impact on the country. Over the two previous months, the Iranian crude exports spiked to 1.3 million bpd from having…

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