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Mitsubishi Motors mileage scandal widens

Mitsubishi Motors Corp's fuel economy scandal broadened on Friday as US auto safety authorities said they were seeking information and after reports that the automaker submitted misleading data on at least one more model than disclosed and l

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Change in fuel prices planned in Bahrain

Bahrain is considering further fuel price adjustments just three months after raising the price of petrol, said a report in the Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister publication.   To read further, please vi

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Research facility to grow food, fuel in desert land

The world’s first research facility to grow both food and fuel, using desert lands irrigated by seawater, began operations today on a two-hectare site in Masdar City in Abu Dhabi, UAE. The facility, operated by Masdar Instit

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Research facility to grow food, fuel in desert land

The world’s first research facility to grow both food and fuel, using desert lands irrigated by seawater, began operations today on a two-hectare site in Masdar City in Abu Dhabi, UAE. The facility, operated by Masdar Instit

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Airlines reject criticism over high fares

Global airlines countered allegations of profiteering from low oil prices on Monday after renewed criticism that air fares have failed to come down in line with tumbling fuel costs. The head of the International Air Transport Asso

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Glencore loads Iranian fuel oil from Bandar Mahshahr

Anglo-Swiss commodity trader Glencore has chartered a ship to load Iranian fuel oil at the Iranian port of Bandar Mahshahr in a move that signals the return of legitimate Iranian crude and oil products to international markets. &n

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Oil surges above $35 on production cut hopes

Oil surged as much as 8 percent to above $35 per barrel on Thursday, hitting a three-week high and bouncing sharply away from a 12-year low set this month, as expectations built that major producers may cooperate to cut output. Op

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Oil surges above $35 on production cut hopes

Oil surged as much as 8 percent to above $35 per barrel on Thursday, hitting a three-week high and bouncing sharply away from a 12-year low set this month, as expectations built that major producers may cooperate to cut output. Op

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Bahrain’s petrol stations ‘did a full day’s business in hours’

Petrol stations in Bahrain did a full day’s business in a matter of hours yesterday (January 11), as motorists rushed to fill up ahead of the midnight price increase. Juffair Al Fateh fuel station manager Mohammed Abdul Munim said more t

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Saudi fuel price hike shows reformist intent

The queues of cars stretching outside petrol stations in Saudi Arabia on Monday night to fill up before higher fuel prices came into effect underscored the immediate impact of economic changes in the kingdom and pointed to the risks facing refor

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