Iran prepares for US sanctions

Iran prepares for US sanctions

October 29, 2018

<p class="font_8">On Oct. 28, for the first time in its history, Iran sold some of its crude oil via an energy exchange house. This new approach of selling to anonymous private customers is part of Tehran’s efforts to evade US sanctions on Iranian oil, which are set to be imposed from Nov. 4. Whether it will be that much harder for Washington to identify and penalize private customers—as opposed to big national oil importers—remains to be seen.</p>

Iran prepares for US sanctions

Iran prepares for US sanctions

October 29, 2018

<p class="font_8">On Oct. 28, for the first time in its history, Iran sold some of its crude oil via an energy exchange house. This new approach of selling to anonymous private customers is part of Tehran’s efforts to evade US sanctions on Iranian oil, which are set to be imposed from Nov. 4. Whether it will be that much harder for Washington to identify and penalize private customers—as opposed to big national oil importers—remains to be seen.</p>

Iran prepares for US sanctions

Iran prepares for US sanctions

October 29, 2018

<p class="font_8">On Oct. 28, for the first time in its history, Iran sold some of its crude oil via an energy exchange house. This new approach of selling to anonymous private customers is part of Tehran’s efforts to evade US sanctions on Iranian oil, which are set to be imposed from Nov. 4. Whether it will be that much harder for Washington to identify and penalize private customers—as opposed to big national oil importers—remains to be seen.</p>

Iran prepares for US sanctions

Iran prepares for US sanctions

October 29, 2018

<p class="font_8">On Oct. 28, for the first time in its history, Iran sold some of its crude oil via an energy exchange house. This new approach of selling to anonymous private customers is part of Tehran’s efforts to evade US sanctions on Iranian oil, which are set to be imposed from Nov. 4. Whether it will be that much harder for Washington to identify and penalize private customers—as opposed to big national oil importers—remains to be seen.</p>