Monthly Archives: January 2012
Iranian oil technician Majid Afshari, right, and coworker Ebrahim Mehrjouei work at the oil separator facilities in Azadegan oil field, some 480 miles (800 kilometers) southwest of the capital, Tehran, Iran, April 15, 2008. (AP / Vahid Salemi) India and … Continue reading
To add pressure on Tehran to suspend part of its nuclear programmes, EU has imposed sanctions on Iranian oil. This is a move to put pressure on Iran’s nuclear policies. The US led sanctions campaign has already adversely affected the … Continue reading
The U.S. is pressurizing South Korea to cut back its Iranian oil imports in keeping with Washington’s plans to impose trade sanctions on Tehran over its nuclear program. The U.S. delegation to South Korea led by Robert Einhorn, US State … Continue reading
Iran is currently poised to stop the flow of oil from the Gulf. Against such a canvas, the UAE’s delay for the strategic oil pipeline that will bypass through the Straits of Hormuz, has added to the oil supply worries. … Continue reading
A seismologist report associated with investigating a series of 11 minor quakes in the Youngstown area because of disposal of wastewater from oil and gas drilling in a northeast Ohio well has triggered concern in the area.