The 5 Countries That Could Push Oil Prices Up
Green Car Congress
OCTOBER 26, 2017
The ‘Fragile Five’ petrostates—Iran, Iraq, Libya, Nigeria and Venezuela—continue to see supply disruption potential, with northern Iraq crude exports at risk due to an escalation of tensions between the (Kurdistan Regional Government), Baghdad and Turkey, while the United States has decertified the 2015 Iran nuclear deal,” U.S. Libya. mb/d, meaning Libya won't be able to bring output back to pre-war levels of 1.6 The story here is similar to Libya.