rise in oil prices

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  • The project cost has escalated due to rise in oil prices and building materials.
  • In 2006, the sustained rise in oil prices had only a limited impact on demand.
  • As many of the world's major oil producing countries are in the Middle East, the unrest has caused a rise in oil prices.
  • In response to calls for reduced greenhouse gas emissions and the rise in oil prices, a limited number of these have been deployed.
  • A significant rise in oil prices during 1979 led to many motorists opting for more fuel-efficient cars.
  • Funded by oil-exporting nations and other lenders, it was available to nations suffering from problems with their balance of trade due to the rise in oil prices.
  • Five months later, student protesters denounced the rise in oil prices and college tuition rates by performing what they call "Noynoying."
  • SJC suffered with many mid-tier airports during the 2008 rise in oil prices as airlines reduced marginal services.
  • Also within the United States concerning the economic impact at the macro level, direct correlations have been drawn between the rise in oil prices and economic recessions.
  • In 2006, after a rise in oil prices, Irani earned a total of $460 million.
  • Still, the Mideast and North African crisis led to a rise in oil prices to the highest level in two years, with gasoline prices following.
  • Some commentators have perceived an increased hostility towards the West by Putin, and linked it to the global rise in oil prices.
  • With the large rise in oil prices in the 1970s, there was concern that the world economy might contract if the oil producers extracted money and failed to recycle it back to oil consumers.
  • Some are turning to renewable energy -- such as wind power, hydropower, geothermal power and biodiesel from copra oil -- to combat the rise in oil prices.
  • The result was a rise in oil prices from $3 per barrel to $12 and the commencement of gas rationing.
  • The pipeline was built between 1974 and 1977 after the 1973 oil crisis caused a sharp rise in oil prices in the United States.
  • Despite the potential for inflation, the U.S. Fed and central banks around the globe decided it would not be necessary to raise interest rates to counteract the rise in oil prices.
  • In 1976 Mobil, flush with cash from the recent rise in oil prices, acquired Montgomery Ward.
  • It was partly caused by industrial unrest under the Heath government and the 3-day working week and partly by the rise in oil prices after the Arab-Israeli War.
  • In the face of the rise in oil prices, a reduction in the rate of the TIPP for fuel sold to consumers was adopted by the Parliament in 2006.
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