Iranian crude oil output and exports have not been affected by the unrest, which is spreading across the Asian Country, Iranian oil and shipping sources stated on January 2nd, as a crackdown increased despite anti-government demonstrations, which started in the previous week, Reuters reported.
“Everything is going normally,” another source commented, adding that Iran’s protests had not spread into the country’s energy sector and “remained in the streets”, City Credit Capital informed.
“I see no impact on the production and export,” an Iranian oil industry source stated, speaking on condition to stay anonymous.
Iran pumps around 3.8 million barrels per day (mb/d) of oil.
After nearly two months, firefighters extinguished a fire at the Rag-e-Sefid field in Iran, Tasnim News Agency reports
“After 58 days, experts at the National Iranian South Oil Co. and National Iranian Drilling Co. managed to put out the blaze that erupted in Well 147 of Rag Sefid Oilfield,” the Managing Director of the National Iranian Drilling Company, Bijan Alipour, said, according to the Financial Times.