Noam Raydan is a Senior Fellow at The Washington Institute.
Articles & Testimony
New data-rich graphics strikingly illustrate the growth in Tehran’s oil revenue and China’s outsize role in fueling this trend.
Iranian oil exports have increased more than threefold over the past three years, a consequence of relaxed U.S. sanctions enforcement and increased Chinese demand for heavily discounted crude. The following is a visual guide to this expansion and its implications for global energy markets, the Iranian regime’s budget, and U.S. great power competition with China and Russia.
To view the infographic in detail, click on the image below or download a printable PDF version above.