Iran’s oil exports recovered in June as demand from its key customers in Asia increased with an appetite for Iranian oil picking up this summer. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now But the path ahead for Iran looks hard as it faces the threat of significant losses to its oil exports as US sanctions are re-imposed later this year. For now, though, Iran is finding a way to survive even as key buyers start to look elsewhere for alternative crudes. Total estimated export volumes on Aframaxes, Suezmaxes and VLCCs from Iranian ports in June rose 3% to 2.49 million b/d from 2.42 million b/d in May, according to data from S&P Global Platts trade flow software cFlow. Crude exports actually fell month-on-month to around 2.20 million b/d, but were offset by a steady rise in condensate loadings which were boosted by increased […]