Reference News Network reported on December 7 According to Reuters on the 6th, quoted the Islamic Republic of Iran News Agency, the Iranian government has instructed the Ministry of Oil to expand the construction of oil production facilities and the sale of crude oil to a full state within three months, in order to deal with the possible relaxation of sanctions against Iran after U.S.
President-elect Biden takes office.
According to reports, Iranian President Rouhani said on the 6th that Iran exported more than 2 million barrels of oil a day before US President Trump withdrew from the Iran nuclear agreement and re-sanctioned against Iran in 2018.
He said that Iraq is ready to increase oil production as soon as possible, and “the Ministry of Oil will take all necessary measures to prepare for its production and sales within the next three months”.
It is estimated that Iran currently exports less than 300,000 barrels of oil a day.
In 2018, it reached an historical level of 2.8 million barrels a day.