Oil machine-rocking chair. © AP Photo / Hasan Jamali
MOSCOW, Oct 9 — oil Prices rising on Tuesday on the background of new evidence of lower exports from Iran on the eve of the entry into force of U.S. sanctions against the country, follows from the data of the auction.
As of 8.21 MSK price of the December futures for North sea petroleum mix of mark Brent have grown on 0,48%, to of 84.31 per barrel, the price of November futures for WTI — by 0.43% to 74,61 USD per barrel.
Support for the price of “black gold” on Tuesday provide new data on the continued decline in oil exports from Iran in early October. Thus, the data tracking of ships Refinitiv Eikon say that in the first week of October, Iran exported 1.1 million barrels a day of oil, as the source Agency in the oil sector said that the figure was even below 1 million barrels a day vs. 1.6 million barrels per day in September. Also in April, a month before U.S. President Donald trump announced the resumption of Iranian sanctions, Iran has supplied the world market with about 2.5 million barrels of oil per day.