Will Oil Prices Blow Up With The Middle East?

Will Oil Prices Blow Up With The Middle East?

Will Oil Prices Blow Up With The Middle East?  Forbes Oil prices jump to highest level since 2014 amid Middle East tensions  CNNMoney Syria, Middle East tensions pose bigger risk for oil prices  CNBC Full coverage Source link

Oil markets tense on Middle East crisis, but rising US supplies weigh

Oil markets tense on Middle East crisis, but rising US supplies weigh

SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Oil markets remained tense on Thursday on concerns over a military escalation in Syria, although prices remained some way off Wednesday’s highest since late 2014 as bulging American supplies weighed. FILE PHOTO: An oil pumpjack is seen in Velma, Oklahoma U.S. April 7, 2016. REUTERS/Luc Cohen Ongoing trade disputes between the United […]

Oil prices rise on heightened Middle East tensions

Oil prices rise on heightened Middle East tensions

Oil futures traded higher early Wednesday, buoyed by concerns about rising tensions in the Middle East that could result in supply disruptions. On the New York Mercantile Exchange, West Texas Intermediate futures for May delivery CLK8, +0.67% […]

'Extremely well': Trump hails ties with Qatar after meeting emir

'Extremely well': Trump hails ties with Qatar after meeting emir

Al-Thani says the region cannot tolerate ‘a war criminal’ like Syria’s Assad (Reuters) US President Donald Trump said on Tuesday that ties with Qatar were working “extremely well” as he welcomed Qatari Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani to the White House for bilateral talks. Al-Thani told reporters the region could not tolerate “a war […]

Truman strike group departs for Middle East, Europe deployment this week

Truman strike group departs for Middle East, Europe deployment this week

Truman strike group departs for Middle East, Europe deployment this week The USS Harry S. Truman Carrier Strike Group will depart Naval Station Norfolk, Va., Wednesday for a deployment to the Middle East and Europe. The aircraft carrier will be accompanied by the guided-missile cruiser USS Normandy and the guided-missile destroyers USS Arleigh […]

Arabic press review: 10000 Algerians expelled from France

Arabic press review: 10000 Algerians expelled from France

Algerian police stand guard in the street in Algiers during a visit by the French president on 6 December 2017 (AFP) Yemen: UAE-backed forces fighting pro-Saudi troops UAE-backed “Security Belt” forces established control over the province of Dhale in Yemen on Sunday after clashes with forces supporting the exiled Yemeni president, Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi, […]

Dozens of Sudanese soldiers killed in Yemen by Houthi rebels

Dozens of Sudanese soldiers killed in Yemen by Houthi rebels

Dozens of Sudanese soldiers were killed in Yemen on Thursday night in an ambush by Houthi rebels near the town of Midi north-west Yemen, military sources and Houthi-affiliated al-Masirah channel said on Saturday. Military sources said this is the biggest loss among Sudanese soldiers since their arrival in 2015. According to the sources Houthi rebels […]

Enormous Saudi Arabian solar push could lead to new Middle East energy era

Enormous Saudi Arabian solar push could lead to new Middle East energy era

If we covered the entire land surface of the emirate of Dubai with solar panels, it would generate about 200 gigawatts – the same size as Saudi Arabia’s planned solar power venture with Japan’s SoftBank, announced at the end of March. This mindboggling scale – equivalent to two-thirds of all the existing solar worldwide – […]

Turkey blasts Trump, US over mixed messages on Syria

Turkey blasts Trump, US over mixed messages on Syria

US Army Major General James B Jarrard, center, heads US-led Special Operations task force targeting the Islamic State in Syria and Iraq (AFP/file photo) Turkey on Saturday slammed the President Donald Trump and the United States for sending what it called mixed messages on Syria, saying that Washington is sowing confusion by equivocating about its […]

Replacement of intelligence chiefs causes controversy in Sudan

Replacement of intelligence chiefs causes controversy in Sudan

Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir has ousted the head of the National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS), Mohammed Atta, and reinstated the previous holder of the post, Salah Gosh, in a controversial move ahead of the presidential election, Quds Press reported on Friday. Al-Bashir has ousted Gosh twice before from the same position, first in 2009, […]