The Situation Room: U.S. Sanctions Are Having More Consequences

The Situation Room: U.S. Sanctions Are Having More Consequences

by | published August 12th, 2019

Welcome back from the weekend, Oil & Energy Investor readers. I hope you’re as ready as I am for a busy week, because it’s certainly looking busy right from the outset.

This week, my main topics of interest are outside the U.S. Given the recent geopolitical situation, I can’t say I’m all that surprised. The China vs. U.S. trade war continues its intensity, while the oil market is looking at Russia and Saudi Arabia. Not to mention word on energy developments from the UK.

There’s a lot to discuss this week, so let’s not waste any time…

1. India Joins the Sanction Fray

Last week, I discussed a situation emerging from the renewal of U.S. sanctions against Iran and its impact on India. This brought me back to my more personal involvement during the last period of Iranian sanctions. You can read this analysis right here.

This week, I will be evaluating additional intelligence that is emerging following my analysis last week on the alignment of Chinese and Indian interests against U.S. Iranian sanctions.

The current U.S. administration is not likely to provide any leeway this time around, which means the Indian situation will get worse. I will continue to keep you updated on this situation as it develops.

2. Russia’s Oil Problem

I’ve discussed previously Russia’s oil problem, and they haven’t managed to find a solution yet.

I am looking at indications that Russia is again facing an accelerated decline in crude oil and natural gas extraction at its primary operating basins, from which comes the bulk of the country’s current production.

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