Tag: Geopolitical Disruptions

  • OPEC at the Crossroads

    By: Bassam Fattouh , Andreas Economou

    As the OPEC oil ministers prepare to meet for their bi-annual Ordinary Meeting on 22 June, they are faced with some difficult choices. On the one hand, by extending the output cutbacks amidst a higher risk of output disruptions, OPEC risks overtightening the oil market and pushing oil prices higher, leading to an inevitable demand […]

  • The US Exit from the JCPOA: What Consequences for Iranian Energy?

    By: David Ramin Jalilvand

    On May 8, the United States announced their immediate and full withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal, formally known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). This came with the re-imposition of all nuclear-related US sanctions and possibly several new sanctions. It is common knowledge that before implementation of the JCPOA in January 2016, […]

  • Is this the end of the OPEC+ deal?

    By: Bassam Fattouh

    President Trump’s recent decision to exit the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) and the expectation therefore of the loss of Iranian barrels has brought the fate of the OPEC+ deal to the fore. For some analysts, this signifies that ‘the current OPEC deal will end by end-2018’ while for others the impact may be felt as […]

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