1970s energy crisis
The 1970s energy crisis was a period in which the economies of the major industrial countries of the world, particularly the United States, Canada, Western Europe, Japan, Australia, and New Zealand we...
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Iran Deal Could Further Slam Markets By Unleashing Oil Wave
Stocks across the Middle East tumbled as the easing of sanctions against Iran raised the prospect of a surge in oil supplies to a market already reeling from the lowest prices in more than a decade. S...
Saudi Arabia to run out of cash in less than 5 years
If oil stays around $50 a barrel, most countries in the region will run out of cash in five years or less, warned a dire report from the International Monetary Fund this week. That includes OPEC leade...
A Game-Changer For The Global Oil Market
Shale technology is a game-changer for the global oil market. Today, this new technology has been developed mostly in the U.S. And, over the past five years, shale oil production in the U.S. has incre...
Crude oil plunges below $50 after shocking supply data
Crude-oil futures fall to the lowest level in a week on Thursday, after U.S. data show inventories have built up much faster than expected.
Saudis block OPEC output cut, sending oil price plunging | Reuters
Saudi Arabia blocked calls on Thursday from poorer members of the OPEC oil exporter group for production cuts to arrest a slide in global prices, sending benchmark crude plunging to a fresh four-year ...
OPEC - OPEC targets $100/barrel, as oil price hits $91
THE Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) has expressed optimism that the price of crude oil will hit $100 per barrel, as the price peaked at ...
Peak oil
Peak oil, an event based on M. King Hubbert's theory, is the point in time when the maximum rate of extraction of petroleum is reached, after which the rate of production is expected to enter terminal...
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Global strategic petroleum reserves
Global strategic petroleum reserves ("GSPR") refer to crude oil inventories (or stockpiles) held by the government of a particular country, as well as private industry, for the purpose of providing ec...
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Arab-Israeli conflict
The Arab–Israeli conflict (Arabic: الصراع العربي الإسرائيلي‎ Al-Sira'a Al'Arabi A'Israili; Hebrew: הסכסוך הישראלי-ערבי‎ Ha'Sikhsukh Ha'Yisraeli-Aravi) refers to the political tension a...
Arab-Israeli conflict - Wikipedia
OPEC
Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC, /ˈoʊpɛk/ OH-pek), a permanent, international organization headquartered in Vienna, Austria, was established in Baghdad...
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Operation Susannah
The Lavon Affair refers to a failed Israeli covert operation, code named Operation Susannah, conducted in Egypt in the Summer of 1954. As part of the false flag operation, a group of Egyptian Jews wer...
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Iran Deal Could Further Slam Markets By Unleashing Oil Wave
Stocks across the Middle East tumbled as the easing of sanctions against Iran raised the prospect of a surge in oil supplies to a market already reeling from the lowest prices in more than a decade. S...
Unconventional oil
Unconventional oil is petroleum produced or extracted using techniques other than the conventional (oil well) method. Oil industries and governments across the globe are investing in unconventional oi...
Operation Wrath of God
Operation "Wrath of God" (Hebrew: מבצע זעם האל‎ Mivtza Za'am Ha'el), also known as Operation "Bayonet", was a covert operation directed by the Mossad to assassinate individuals suspected of bein...
Operation Orchard
Operation Orchard (Hebrew: מבצע בוסתן‎, Mivtza bustan) was an Israeli airstrike on a suspected nuclear reactor in the Deir ez-Zor region of Syria, which occurred just after midnight (local time...
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History of the Arab-Israeli conflict
The Arab–Israeli conflict is a modern phenomenon, which has its roots in the end of the 19th century. The conflict became a major international issue with the birth of Israel in 1948. The Arab–Israeli...
History of the Arab-Israeli conflict - Wikipedia
Operation Determined Path
Operation "Determined Path" (Hebrew: מבצע דרך נחושה‎ Mivtza Derekh Nehosha) was a military operation carried out by the Israel Defense Forces, starting June 22, 2002, following Operation "Defens...
Israel's unilateral disengagement plan
The Israeli disengagement from Gaza (Hebrew: תָּכְנִית הַהִתְנַתְּקוּת, Tokhnit HaHitnatkut; in the Disengagement Plan Implementation Law), also known as "Gaza expulsion" and "Hitnatkut", was the with...
Israel's unilateral disengagement plan - Wikipedia
Mitigation of peak oil
The mitigation of peak oil is the attempt to delay the date and minimize the social and economic impact of peak oil by reducing the world's consumption and reliance on petroleum. By reducing petroleum...
Mitigation of peak oil - Wikipedia
1948 Arab-Israeli War
The 1948 Arab–Israeli War or the First Arab–Israeli War was fought between the State of Israel and a military coalition of Arab states and Palestinian Arab forces. This war formed the second stage of ...
1948 Arab-Israeli War - Wikipedia
Positions on Jerusalem
There are differing legal and diplomatic positions on Jerusalem held within the international community. Scholars are divided over the legal status of Jerusalem under international law. No country in ...
Positions on Jerusalem - Wikipedia
Kav 300 affair
The Bus 300 affair (Hebrew: פרשת קו 300 Parashat Kav 300 Line 300 affair), also known as Kav 300 affair, was a 1984 incident in which Shin Bet members executed two Palestinian bus hijackers, imme...
Mustafa Dirani
Mustafa Dirani was a member and held position of "the head of security" of the Amal movement in Lebanon associated with Syria. In 1987 he started contacts with pro-Iran sources, and eventually he crea...
Munich massacre
The Munich massacre was an attack during the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich, West Germany, on eleven Israeli Olympic team members, who were taken hostage and eventually killed, along with a German pol...
Munich massacre - Wikipedia