The original 2015 agreement had lifted sanctions in exchange for Tehran limiting its nuclear programme.
Despite US criticism that the accord does not go far enough in monitoring Iran's nuclear activities, the IAEA points to the fact that its inspectors have spent 3,000 man days per year on the ground in Iran.
The world's top oil exporter has previously said it wants nuclear technology only for peaceful uses, but has left unclear whether it also wants to enrich uranium to produce nuclear fuel, a process which can also be used in the production of atomic weapons.
"What the full impact on Iranian flows will be is still hard to estimate", Petromatrix strategist Olivier Jakob said.
Jackson says Tyrod is the starter
"(Kosar) had a lot of little tips and bits of advice, just about how it used to be and how much fun it was, " Mayfield said. But Mayfield's a pro now, he claims more mature from his mistakes, and he's got a clean slate and a new set of priorities.
Oman has plans in the works for a sea pipeline that will import Iranian natural gas.
While Muscat is sceptical its neighbours would resort to a total embargo, "everything is possible".
The concern, the analyst said, is the Gulf becoming "the new playground for a revived Cold War". At the core of the United States sanctions is a threat to cut-off companies that deal with Iran or its companies from the United States banking system.
"If I allowed this deal to stand, there would soon be a nuclear arms race in the Middle East", he said. The JCPOA is in America's interest - it has significantly rolled back Iran's nuclear program.
Ex-Israeli general: U.S. pullout from nuclear deal would help Iran
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said last week in Saudi Arabia that Iran is "the greatest sponsor of terrorism in the world". French President Emmanuel Macron was recently in Washington and tried to convince Trump to stick it out.
The two countries have long had tense relations - one of them Sunni (Saudi Arabia) and the other Shiite (Iran), they have lead proxy wars, backing opposing sides in Iraq and Syria.
Saudi Arabia is monitoring the impact of the USA withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal on oil supplies and is ready to offset any shortage but it will not act alone to fill in the gap, an OPEC source familiar with the kingdom´s oil thinking told Reuters.
"The recent Arab summits in Jordan and Saudi Arabia were clear in expressing the extreme exasperation from Iran's actions in the Arab region and in calling for the need to alter this behavior", Abul Gheit continued.
Iran's top three rivals say its development of more powerful, longer-range ballistic missiles and its backing of majority-Shiite Muslim groups overseas are destabilizing to the Middle East. Saudi Arabia is now battling an insurgent Yemeni Zaidi Shiite Muslim group-also known as the Houthis or Ansar Allah-who occasionally targets Riyadh with missiles that Saudi Arabia claims are Iranian in origin.
UK May bank holiday could be the warmest since records began
The mercury could hit 28C as people round off their three-day weekend - making it the hottest in almost two decades. The hottest early May Bank Holiday weekend recorded was 1995, with highs of 28.6C in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire.
Since political unrest first began in Yemen in early 2011, the United Nations has been engaged in helping Yemenis to find a peaceful solution.