Iran is taking a firm line with its OPEC counterparts that could threaten the current 24-country crude producer alliance, warning members not to take its market share it risks losing under US sanctions. * Seeks support over “illegal” US sanctions * Threatens to exit deal if market share hurt * Calls for full consensus from OPEC Oil minister Bijan Zanganeh wants a separate agenda at the next OPEC meeting, in Vienna on June 22-23, to discuss support for sanctions-hit Iran and outlined the case in a letter to OPEC President and UAE Oil Minister Suhail al-Mazrouei. Zanganeh noted that the agenda should be titled “support by the OPEC ministerial meeting of members who go under illegal, unilateral and extraterritorial sanctions,” Iran’s Shana news agency reported Thursday. “If these sanctions lead to lowering the Islamic republic’s share from the oil market, after removal of the imposed, illegal restrictions, Iran will […]