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The Global Oil price fell on Monday with rising supply from the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and non-OPEC countries like the United States.

Brent futures for November settlement traded 45 cents higher at $78.09 a barrel on the ICE Futures Europe exchange at 11:05 a.m.in London.

International Brent crude oil futures were at $77.43 a barrel at 2.22am GMT, down 21c, or 0.3%, from their last close.

Eurotankers, which had a deal with MRPL to import two Iranian oil cargoes every month, has also said it can not undertake Iranian voyages from September, the sources said.

The National Iranian Oil Company has cut down its crude oil prices to make the buyer intact during the expert drop.

President Hassan Rouhani said Tuesday that Iran will continue exporting crude oil despite USA efforts to stop it through sanctions.

In a speech on June 4, the Leader slammed European governments for expecting the Iranian nation to both tolerate sanctions and give up its nuclear activities, saying that the country can not remain in "nuclear custody" when the sanctions are still in place.

Oil posted a 1.5 percent gain in August in NY and the global benchmark Brent also rose as investors focus on the impact Iranian sanctions are having on global crude markets.

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"This is because of the USA dollar's strength, weighing heavily on emerging market currencies, including the yuan, which in turn has pushed up the costs of all dollar-denominated commodities", he said.

However, the deal has come under fire from President Donald Trump, who said in July that higher oil prices are hitting consumers too hard.

Tehran, Sep 4 Iran is to move its main oil export terminal from the Gulf to the Oman Sea, President Hassan Rouhani announced on Tuesday, sparing its tankers from using the strategic Strait of Hormuz.

The Gulf of Mexico is home to 17 percent of U.S. crude oil production and 5 percent of natural gas output daily, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration.

Trade ministry officials have been trying to secure a waiver allowing the imports to continue but look increasingly unlikely to win one. This signals tight market conditions as it gives traders an incentive to immediately sell oil instead of putting it into storage.

Front-month volumes in the crude futures have risen to trade nearly 2.8 million lots of 1,000 barrels in July.

BNP Paribas expects Brent to average $79 in 2019.


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