February 10, 2015
The oil price will likely recover in the second half of the year as supply growth starts to slow and demand picks up, according to a leading investment analyst.
Twenty-five per cent of the UAE’s needs will be supplied by clean nuclear energy when the first nuclear plant will be launched in 2017.
The number of major contract awards across the global oil and gas industry has steadily declined during the last quarter of 2014, dropping to 117 contract awards, a 22 per cent decrease compared to 150 in Q3 2014, but on par with the 118 contracts awarded in Q4 2013.
February 9, 2015
A $11b project helmed by Shell can provide the scale absent until now.
The government has made use of the recession in the four years of unrest in Egypt since 2011 with a general restructuring plan.
February 8, 2015
The unlikely survivors: Will Qatar and Kuwait be the only Gulf countries to survive an oil price slide?
While the export revenues of GCC countries are significantly affected from the recent oil price slide, Kuwait and Qatar are the most fiscally resilient countries.
Oil is one of the primary issues in Iraq today, and a main factor in driving its political process.
Surveillance use of Facebook occurs when users browse the website to see how their friends are doing compared with their own lives.
February 6, 2015
Saudi Arabia is set to spend heavily on the education infrastructure projects across the kingdom.
The oldest, Wassim Daher, founded the company in 1978 as a single multibrand clothing store in Beirut.
An 'energetic',yet unwise, boom: MENA to invest $755 billion in energy projects despite oil price plunge
Middle Eastern and North African states are expected to invest $755 billion in energy projects over the next five years despite the plunge in world oil prices, a key lender says.
February 5, 2015
Apple Inc's healthcare technology is spreading quickly among major US hospitals, showing early promise as a way for doctors to monitor patients remotely and lower costs.
It can be a daunting task for employers to hire qualified Saudi Nationals
February 4, 2015
Israeli companies are increasingly turning to Asia to capture a boom in demand for their technology, as the government urges them to diversify export markets in response to Europe's rising anti-semitism and potential trade sanctions.
Iran is sidestepping Western sanctions and managing to sell hundreds of thousands of tonnes of fuel oil every month through companies based in the United Arab Emirates.