The disruption of the US nuclear deal with Iran could affect the oil markets. The Minister of Energy Alexander Novak is absolutely sure about that. During the Business FM interview, the head of the Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation stressed that Iran is a supplier of oil to world markets. Every day, he added, 3.8 ml of barrels of combustible liquid are extracted. However, a sharp decline in volumes is recorded after the introduction of sanctions.
Commenting on the impact of a potential gap in the US nuclear deal with Iran on an agreement to limit oil production, the minister noted that this circumstance is unlikely to lead to a breach of the agreement.