Garbis Iradian of the Institute of International Finance says Iran's strategy of expansion into the Middle East will "stay on their agenda."
Analysts say the most probable outcome is for an increase of around 500,000 barrels per day in August.
The airstrikes are the second round ordered by President Joe Biden against Iranian-backed militias since he began his term in office.
The announcement could further complicate talks between Iran and six major powers on reviving a 2015 nuclear deal.
Iranian authorities foiled a "sabotage attack" against one of its civilian nuclear facilities, local news site Nournews reported, offering no further details.
Notices appeared on a number of Iran-affiliated websites saying they had been seized by the United States government as part of law enforcement action.
Oil markets are now watching the nuclear deal talks and the hardline Raisi's messages to glean what they might mean for global supply and prices.
It was the first official meeting since Iran's hard-line judiciary chief won a landslide victory in the country's presidential election last week.
Raisi had so far won 17.8 million votes, the official said in a televised news conference.
Iran has only one important voter in Friday's election — Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, said Behnam Ben Taleblu of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies.
Behnam Ben Taleblu of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies says Iran has "only one important voter," and that's Iranian supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.
The comments came after Ahmadinejad's candidacy was rejected by Iran's Guardian Council, the vetting body of supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.
A deal between the U.S. and Iran could be bullish for oil prices despite an increase in supply, according to Damien Courvalin of Goldman Sachs.
The Gulf of Oman connects to the Strait of Hormuz where about a fifth of the world's oil passes.
OPEC and its non-OPEC partners will meet via videoconference to discuss the next phase of production policy.
Around 4.5% of all bitcoin mining globally between January and April of this year took place in Iran, according to blockchain analytics firm Elliptic.
Iran is now enriching its uranium to 60% purity, dramatically higher than the 3.67% level permitted under the 2015 deal.
Even if there is a return to the Iran nuclear deal, it will likely take time before Tehran brings back oil production, says Damien Courvalin of Goldman Sachs.
The United Nations nuclear watchdog on Monday said it has agreed with Iran to extend its monitoring agreement by one month.
The Islamic Republic is already enriching and stockpiling uranium at levels far beyond those allowed by its 2015 nuclear deal.