Iran's Post-Sanctions Oil Surge Likely to Come in a Half Measure

  • Output seen rising by less than half the promised amount
  • Years of sanctions and under-investment may slow growth

What to Expect from Iranian Oil Production

Iran may only be able to deliver about half of the promised surge in crude output after sanctions are lifted as it struggles to revive idled fields, according to banks including UBS Group AG and Saxo Bank A/S.

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