The US does not see risks to the energy market due to sanctions against Iran

© AP Photo / Pablo Martinez MonsivaiЗдание the Capitol in Washington. Archival photoThe US does not see risks to the energy market due to sanctions against Iran© AP Photo / Pablo Martinez Monsivai

The USA does not see risks for the energy market due to sanctions against Iran, said the US special envoy on Iran Brian hook.

«We do not see any risks for the energy market, because the United States has increased its crude oil production. We have increased by 1.7 million barrels a day, and our exports increased by a million barrels. Over the next year manufacturing (oil – ed.) in the United States will increase by one or more than one million barrels per day,» said hook at the briefing.

He recalled that oil production has increased in Saudi Arabia, Russia and Iraq that guarantees a refund of Iranian oil on the world market in the event of a complete cessation of its exports, which seeks US.

The President of the United States Donald trump announced in may that Washington is out of agreement with Iran on its nuclear program. He also reported the return of all sanctions against Iran including secondary in relation to other countries doing business with Iran. Part of the sanctions Washington imposed on 7 August and 5 November, the U.S. Treasury made more than 700 individuals, organizations, aircraft and ships to Iran in the sanctions list, including 14 of the largest banks, while the deletion of the sanctions on exports of Iranian oil China, India, Italy, Greece, Japan, South Korea, Turkey and Taiwan.

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