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https://plus.google.com/110923908554338314575 Ohill : How Far Will OPEC Go For $60 Oil? Back in February sources from OPEC told media that Saudi Arabia is...
How Far Will OPEC Go For $60 Oil?

Back in February sources from OPEC told media that Saudi Arabia is aiming for oil prices of $60 as the optimal price to encourage fresh investments in production while deterring shale boomers from further increasing their own output too much. Now, according to the Wall Street Journal, Saudi Arabia is joined in these ambitions by Kuwait and Iraq.

It seems the $55-per-barrel that Gulf producers earlier believed would help them to return their economies to growth has turned out to be insufficiently high, thus the new $60 target. Iraq’s Oil Minister Jabbar al-Luaibi confirmed this plainly: “Iraq wants prices to rise to $60. This is our aim.”

We can easily understand why $60 is much more attractive for Gulf producers: earlier this year Fitch warned that most Middle Eastern and African oil producers would remain in the red this year, with average oil prices at $52.50 a barrel, as estimated by the ratings agency.

Middle Eastern producers are heavy public spenders, and it takes more than two years to reform these spending habits in a way that would make them more suitable for a low-price environment. After all, just a year before prices crashed, Saudi Arabia’s then-Oil Minister Ali al-Naimi said that $100 a barrel was a “reasonable” price for oil. Apparently, not for long.

The report about some Gulf producers striving for $60 a barrel comes on the heels of the International Energy Agency’s latest Oil Market Report, which found that over the first quarter of the year, global crude oil stockpiles did not decline as a result of OPEC cutting production, as one would have expected. Instead, stockpiles actually went up during the period.

At the end of March, based on estimates for that month and final data for January and February, the IEA puts total OECD inventories at 330 million barrels above the five-year average. The culprit: U.S. shale producers, whose rising output has caused a string of massive buildups in domestic inventories.

Now, according to some, such as RBC’s commodity analysts, this buildup was due to refinery maintenance season rather than a very big increase in production. In fact, these analysts estimated that refinery maintenance accounted for as much as 64.2 percent of the overall stockpile increase, versus a meager 11.5 percent from additional production. Simple logic suggests that with refineries exiting maintenance season, we should soon start seeing draws in inventories. Last week, the EIA already reported a 2.2-million-barrel draw in commercial oil stockpiles.

So far, so good, but it remains to be seen whether RBC’s estimates are correct: after all, the active rig count across the shale patch has been rising steadily over the last few months. and there are no indications that this trend will be reversed anytime soon.

A production cut extension could push prices up higher, indeed, but for how long? What we have seen since the end of November and December, when OPEC and 11 non-OPEC producers agreed to start cutting, suggests that on its own, such a deal is not enough to send prices in the right direction. It takes more, including factors such as geopolitical events and supply and demand news from the world’s biggest consumers and producers.

The output cut extension seems to be all but certain, and international prices are reflecting this, which means when the news is officially announced in late May, markets may react more calmly than some would expect. Meanwhile, in order to comply with their current lower quotas, Gulf producers are having to reduce exports and offer discounts in a bid to preserve market share. All this means lower revenues, despite higher prices. Will that be good enough for the Gulf producers who are fighting unprecedented budget deficits?

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Geneva- The United Nations refugee agency UNHCR issued a statement on Monday calling on European Union states not to send Middle Eastern and African asylum seekers back to Hungary for assessment until that country amends its new law on detaining migrants…
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https://plus.google.com/115662242777963277838 Michael Thompson : US authorities ban electronics larger than a phone from flights from 13 countries According to numerous...
US authorities ban electronics larger than a phone from flights from 13 countries

According to numerous reports, U.S. authorities today alerted a number of Middle Eastern and African airlines that starting soon, their passengers will have to check any electronic items larger than a cell phone. That means passengers on these flights will have to put their laptops, tablets, Kindles and portable game consoles into their checked baggage for the foreseeable future.
Update (3/21): U.S. officials have now confirmed this electronics ban. It affects ten airports in eight majority-Muslim countries. You can read about the new details here.
There is still a lot of confusion around this ban. It’s unclear which countries and airlines are actually affected by this, for example. CNN’s Jon Ostrower reports that more than a dozen airlines are affected by these new procedures, but it’s unclear which airlines we’re actually talking about.
So far, only Royal Jordanian Airlines has tweeted about (and subsequently deleted its message). None of the larger Middle Eastern airlines like Emirates have yet commented on this laptop ban. We have contacted a number of airlines that are potentially affected by this but have not received any responses yet. The Qatar Airways booking agent I talked to was clearly unaware of any potential electronics ban on her airline, for example.
Update: Saudia has now also confirmed this ban on large electronic devices.
We also contacted the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), which referred us to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). Here is the DHS statement we received: “We have no comment on potential security precautions, but will provide an update when appropriate.”

It’s also unclear for how long this ban will remain in effect. While early reports suggested that this was a 96-hour ban, it now looks like the airlines will have 96 hours to comply with this order.

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The reason for this order, which the Guardian reports came from the TSA, is also unclear. Chances are, though, that it is in reaction to what the U.S. deems a credible and imminent terrorist threat.

Given that most airlines forbid passengers from checking into the cargo hold anything that’s powered by a lithium-ion battery, this is a pretty perplexing decision. This either means that passengers who are flying on these airlines will now be able to check in these devices or won’t be able to travel with them at all.
We will update this post as we learn more.

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Electronics banned from cabins on some Middle Eastern and African flights to U.S.
Airlines that fly from certain countries in the Middle East and Africa to the U.S. will be covered by new security procedures, a U.S. official said.
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#buzz Central European leaders vow not to be blackmailed by EU on migration: WARSAW (Reuters) – The leaders of four Central European countries vowed on Tuesday not to be blackmailed by threats of financial punishment from Brussels if they don’t join in the relocation of thousands of Middle Eastern and African refugees. The post Central European leaders vow not to be blackmailed by EU on migration appeared first on Global Buzz Live. via #globalbuzzlive
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Tech experts criticize electronic ban from cabins of some Middle Eastern, African flights to US
An airline official says that the electronic ban would affect some airlines flying into the US and would cover devices larger than a cell phone. This is due to a security concern regarding passengers boarding nonstop flights to the US from certain countries.
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Electronics Ban - On Flights To US Is Indefinite, Applies To 8 Muslim-Majority Nations
The ban on all electronic devices larger than a cell phone being brought into the cabin of passenger aircraft coming from several Middle Eastern and African countries is indefinite and applies to nine airlines and 10 airports in eight countries, a source to...
Electronics Ban - On Flights To US Is Indefinite, Applies To 8 Muslim-Majority Nations
The ban on all electronic devices larger than a cell phone being brought into the cabin of passenger aircraft coming from several Middle Eastern and African countries is indefinite and applies to nine airlines and 10 airports in eight countries, a source told Fox News Tuesday. Senior administration officials are calling the measure an active-emergency amendment based on “evaluated intelligence” that terrorist groups continue to target aviatio...
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The electronic device ban: In news: Following instructions by US security officials, several Middle Eastern and African airlines temporarily banned electronic devices such as laptops, tablets, cameras and DVD players in flights heading to US cities. Even the UK government are set to impose The post The electronic device ban appeared first on Universal Coaching Center. http://dlvr.it/Nj2Wwy
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https://plus.google.com/116797693650030524699 Eric Wouters : Travelers from 10 Middle Eastern and African airports flying to the US under a new Homeland Security...
Travelers from 10 Middle Eastern and African airports flying to the US under a new Homeland Security Department (DHS) electronics ban could see an increased risk from lithium battery-ignited fires in the cargo holds of their aircraft, according to two…
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Travelers from 10 Middle Eastern and African airports flying to the US under a new Homeland Security Department (DHS) electronics ban could see an increased risk from lithium battery-ignited fires …
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Here’s the Reason Tablets, Laptops and Other Electronics Are Banned From Cabins on Some Middle Eastern and African Flights to U.S. and UK #Flights #Gadgets #Security
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Here’s the Reason Tablets, Laptops and Other Electronics Are Banned From Cabins on Some Middle Eastern and African #Flights to U.S. and UK
Here's the Reason Tablets, Laptops and Other Electronics Are Banned From Cabins on Some Middle Eastern and African Flights to U.S. and UK
Very recently, it was confirmed that laptops, tablets, and other electronic devices had been banned by the United States and the United Kingdom from a variety of different countries. Information was light when the word of the bans first appearedaaa
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https://plus.google.com/117828363252439757141 Tech Deve : The UK is following the U.S. lead on the electronics ban on flights. The government has announced a ...
The UK is following the U.S. lead on the electronics ban on flights. The government has announced a cabin luggage ban on most electronics from six Middle Eastern and African countries, saying the measure was “necessary, effective and proportionate” The…
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https://plus.google.com/113376757120664260359 Zeeshan Naqi : Emirates is one of the 9 airlines on which U.S. officials have banned passengers from bringing electronics...
Emirates is one of the 9 airlines on which U.S. officials have banned passengers from bringing electronics on board from certain Middle Eastern and African airports into the U.S. In an 18-second Twitter video posted Tuesday morning, they asked, “Who needs…
Emirates Just Tweeted a Joke About The Electronics Ban | FizX
Emirates is one of the 9 airlines on which U.S. officials have banned passengers from bringing electronics on board from certain Middle Eastern and African airports into the U.S. In an 18-second Twitter video posted Tuesday morning, they asked, “Who needs tablets and laptops anyway?” referring to some of the key items that the U.S. …
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After United States, UK also bans large electronics on flights from various Middle Eastern and African countries | The Tech Portal
After the United States asked a number of airlines to ensure that their passengers were not carrying any large electronic device, UK has followed suit.
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https://plus.google.com/108713752224525460374 Mayowa George : UK bans laptops and tablets on incoming flights from Muslim countries: The United Kingdom has introduced...
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The United Kingdom has introduced a new law banning laptops and tablets on incoming flights six Middle Eastern and African countries. Prime Minister Theresa May made the announcement, with Egypt, Tunisia, Jordan, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia and Turkey the…
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