Highlights Fuel oil exports begin to slow down Loses East Africa as key LPG outlet Refined oil product imports could be affected London — Iran’s headache ahead of looming US sanctions is not going to be limited to crude oil exports. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now While Iran’s crude exports have started to slide, its woes could intensify as it is likely to face further obstacles in condensate and refined product markets. Imports and exports of refined products and condensates for Iran will be affected as the OPEC member’s economy comes under increasing pressure when the US sanctions snap back early November. Besides crude, Iran is dependent on exports of condensates and fuel oil, while it relies on gasoil and gasoline imports. Unlike when the US imposed sanctions in 2011, the Trump administration has broadened the list of secondary sanctions, not just […]