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You are very efficient, great shipment updates. I am very pleased with the way you have handled our full load import from Limmared in Sweden. Well done! You are doing a good job, hopefully there is an identical job next week exactly the same so fingers crossed!! The service has been very good and all has gone to plan so couldn’t ask for anymore, we would use you again for future jobs going forward.

Full Load Importer Limmared Sweden
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Europe could save on energy imports

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The European Union could save up to $80 billion (50.21 billion pounds) in energy imports if oil prices remain low. The price of oil has dropped over a quarter since the summer to below $85 per barrel, a level last seen in June 2010.

Energy imports for oil, natural gas and thermal coal cost the European Union around $500 billion in 2013, with three quarters of that being spent to buy oil: this year’s figure could fall by almost $25 billion to around $485 billion, and if oil prices average below $90 a barrel next year, the overall import bill could fall as low as $425 billion, over $80 billion less than paid by the EU for imports in 2013.

While headline inflation rates could be pushed lower, households and energy-intensive industries in countries that rely on oil imports will find their costs reduced, which will raise at the margin their ability to spend and invest.