Results for Tag "oil"

Results for Tag "oil"

The average home insurance policy sold on compareit4me’s insurance comparison platform costs just AED 220, meaning that, for the cost of replacing an entire apartment, a UAE resident could enjoy over 127 years of comprehensive protection for their belongings.For the average living room, where expensive electronic gadgets are often kept, that number rockets up to AED 15,000.

Huge numbers of UAE residents are opting for safer travel ahead of the holiday period, as evidenced by the 291% rise in searches for travel insurance recorded by compareit4me.Whether you purchase travel insurance from a comparison website, or direct from an insurer, we always recommend taking a policy out.

Japan's Nikkei lost 1 percent as the yen firmed, edging away from its recent one-year top.Moves were modest across the region with MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan off just 0.

US light crude oil hit an 18-month high of $55.Ric Spooner, chief market analyst at CMC Markets, agreed: "Markets will be looking for anecdotal evidence for production cuts," he said.

In a bid to encourage digital payments, oil companies to offer discount of Rs 5 per LPG cylinder on booking and paying online, reports PTI.The oil companies' move is a welcoming move as on January 1, petrol price was hiked by  Rs.

The global oil industry is slated to make some big investments in 2017 following a painful two-year spending slump.Wood Mackenzie expects global spending on oil exploration and production to rise to $450 billion, up 3% from last year.

Noting the 42 years Tillerson spent at Exxon, Kaine asked whether Trump's pick for secretary of state lacks the knowledge to respond -- or is simply refusing to answer.The back-and-forth between Tillerson and Kaine highlighted the awkwardness of Trump nominating an Exxon man who could be representing America as its key emissary on climate issues.

To my knowledge, ExxonMobil never lobbied against the sanctions," Tillerson said during Wednesday's confirmation hearing for his nomination to be secretary of state.Even Senator Bob Corker, the Republican chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, seemed to suggest that Tillerson had in fact lobbied Congress about the sanctions placed on Iran.