Parvin Faghfouri Azar

OPEC+ Likely to Ease Output Cuts from April

The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries and its allies (OPEC+) are expected to keep production quotas unchanged in March, with a possible revision starting April, analysts told Argaam ahead of the oil producers’ meeting on March 4, 2021. “Given the current level of Brent prices around $65 per barrel (bbl), …

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Iran Gas Export Doubles in 8 Years

CEO of National Iranian Gas Company Hassan Montazer Torbati said on Tuesday that Iran’s gas export has made 100 percent growth in 8-year term of the incumbent Government with 18b cubic meters export in the current year compared with 9b cm export in 2013. Torbati made the remarks in an …

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Fossil Fuel Emissions in Danger of Surpassing Pre-Covid Levels

The world has only a few months to prevent the energy industry’s carbon emissions from surpassing pre-pandemic levels this year as economies begin to rebound from Covid-19 restrictions, according to the International Energy Agency. New figures from the global energy watchdog found that fossil fuel emissions climbed steadily over the …

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