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Crude oil surges after OPEC meeting collapses in disarray

Crude oil surges after OPEC meeting collapses in disarray

Oil utilization rose at its greatest pace since 2004 past year, based on the recent data. The information came as associates of the OPEC oil cartel botched to agree on increasing oil generation as a way of lowering costs. Forecasters had anticipated the Vienna meeting to lift output. As a result, oil costs jumped again on fears of inadequate supply.

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Oil falls below $103 - still at two year high

Oil falls below $103 - still at two year high

Oil costs eased on Thursday, trading at their lowest level in a week. But costs are still over $100 per barrel as nervousness over geopolitical chaos continues to strengthen sentiment. The chief United States oil contract, West Texas Intermediate, chop down by $1.73, or 1.6 percent, to $102.65 per barrel in electronic trading.

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Oil prices volatile as Libyan unrest continues

Oil prices volatile as Libyan unrest continues

Oil costs have continued to rise further on concerns that generation could be interrupted amid continuing turbulence in Libya. United States light, sweet crude was up $0.38 at $105.40 per barrel and had hit $105.92 previously on Wed. Brent crude was $2.60 up at $115.66 per barrel, having hit $116.18 earlier.

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The Dubai International Boat Show sets sail

The Dubai International Boat Show sets sail

The Dubai International Boat Show opened on Tuesday at the Dubai International Marine Club, showcasing a wide range of yachts and recreational boats from more than 40 countries. A large number of visitors thronged the show’s Mina Seyahi venue, where 425 yachts and boats are on display, soon after Shaikh Maktoum bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of Dubai, declared the five-day event open.

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Ship recycling business 
picks up on feeble universal growth, low freight rates

Ship recycling business
picks up on feeble universal growth, low freight rates

The ship recycling business is in a slight upswing due to sustained demand for steel in East Asia, based on a Dubai-based shipping industry professional. Ship yards in the UAE will also be expanding their business enterprise models and recycling will make foray into the country in near future as Abu Dhabi turns its focus on the shipping sector in the Vision 2030 Development Plan.

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