Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Thursday there is growing international support for the US campaign to push Iranian oil exports to zero. “We have an enormous coalition supporting our effort,” Pompeo said in a BBC interview. “The crude oil exports from nearly every country in the world have stopped already, even before the sanctions were re-imposed.” The US on Monday reimposed sanctions on Iranian crude exports, while granting temporary waivers to China, India and Turkey — Iran’s top buyers — as well as Japan, South Korea, Italy, Greece and Taiwan. But the US has maintained its goal of eventually reducing Iranian crude exports to zero while offering little insight into how this may be achieved. US sanctions are expected to bring Iranian crude exports down to 1.1 million b/d in November, and 850,000 b/d […]