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Iran’s Oil Sector under Renewed Sanctions: Adopting to the New Reality

... hasn’t materialized. Andrey Kortunov: What Is the US Endgame in Iran? 2018 Game Changer Donald Trump’s decision to pull out of JCPOA in May 2018 and his further move to reimpose all sanctions on Iran, including the embargo on Iranian oil exports, proved ... ... production has dropped to its lowest level since the 1980’s as U.S. sanctions came into full force in May, the International Energy Agency (IEA) reported . According to OPEC’s June Oil Market Report, Iran’s oil production in 2019 has been consistently ...


New Horizons of the Iran Nuclear Deal

... radioactive substances that can be used in manufacturing nuclear weapons: uranium and plutonium. Uranium is the most common type of reactor fuel, and it is especially dangerous from the standpoint of its potential as a weapon. To ensure the use of nuclear energy exclusively for peaceful purposes, the JCPOA introduces both quantitative and qualitative restrictions on the use of uranium. For example, Iran does not have the right to enrich uranium to more than 3.67 percent, and its reserves of enriched uranium cannot exceed 300kg. To meet this requirement,...


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