Iranian oil exports have been declining since May
In May last year, US President Donald Trump announced his withdrawal from the nuclear agreement
In 2015, exports dropped from 2.83 million bpd in April,
At 1.6 million barrels per day in October, or 47%.
It comes after the administration is granted
8 countries exempt from 180 days of oil sanctions imposed on Iran.
The US administration withdrew from its target
Announced earlier, is to prevent Iran from exporting any barrels of oil as it announced the liberation of China
India, South Korea, Japan, Italy, Greece, Taiwan and Turkey. Represent
These countries are the most important importers of Iranian oil.
According to "OPEC", the value of Iran 's exports from
Oil in 2017 is roughly $ 52.7 billion. Although it is difficult to determine the impact of sanctions
However, according to current oil prices, the Iranian economy may have these sanctions
Iran has lost about $ 25 billion a year.