Will the US’ Exit from the JCPOA Take Us Back To 2004?
In November 2004, the three European powers (Britain, France, and Germany) known as European Troika, secured a pledge from Iran to halt its uranium enrichment program, and Iran allowed the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to Plump and Seal all Iranian nuclear facilities.
Who’s really behind the Danish-Iranian diplomatic scandal?
While the leaders of the ‘EU big three’ are pressing ahead with efforts to save the Iran nuclear deal from Trump’s attempts to sabotage it, Denmark has seemingly out of nowhere entered into a serious confrontation with Tehran.
Tanker Insurance Cancellations threaten Iranian energy sector
The US’ withdrawal from the JCPOA and declaration of a new set of sanctions has been hard to swallow for those planning Iran’s energy sector, as they had been relying on the deal as a means of revivifying Iran’s oil and gas production capacity
The Challenges and Opportunities of Iranian LNG Projects
Over the past few decades, the share of natural gas in the global fuel basket has grown considerably. All predictions point to gas becoming the largest source of energy in the world, reaching over 28% by 2035. At present, countries such as US, Russia, Australia have made huge investments aiming to take a higher share of the LNG market.