rumailah arabic: ٱلرٌّمَيْلَة is an archaeological site in al ain, uae, as well as the site of a thick-walled coral and adobe fort, thought to date to the early 20th century.. located three kilometres west of hili archaeological park, the rectangular mound at rumailah is thought to have been home to populations dating back to the late umm al-nar period, yielding buildings and .
dubai marina arabic: مرسى دبي is a district in dubai, united arab emirates.dubai marina is an artificial canal city, built along a 3-kilometre 2 mi stretch of persian gulf shoreline. as of 2016, it has a population of 45,395. citation needed when the entire development is complete, it will accommodate more than 120,000 people in residential towers and villas.
the dubai government's decision to diversify from a trade-based but oil-reliant economy to one that is service- and tourism-oriented has made real estate and other developments more valuable, resulting in the property boom from 2004–2006. construction on a large scale has turned dubai into one of the fastest-growing cities in the world.there are a number of large-scale projects which are .
early construction after the expansion of dubai as a global city paid little attention to traditional islamic architecture and concerns for the environment were not considered. in the late 1980s and early 1990s, glass towers became prominent in the city of dubai, all of which required enormous amounts of electricity to keep cool.recently, builders and architects have become aware of both .
dubai crude is a medium sour crude oil extracted from dubai.dubai crude is used as a price benchmark or oil marker because it is one of only a few persian gulf crude oils available immediately. there are two other main oil markers: brent crude and west texas intermediate. dubai crude is generally used for pricing persian gulf crude oil exports to asia.the dubai benchmark is also known as fateh .
the construction cost of the dubai metro project has shot up by about 80 per cent from the original aed 15.5 billion/us$4.2 billion to aed 28 billion/us$7.8 billion. the authorities contradicted this, saying that the cost of the project did not overshoot. they attributed the increase in expenditure to the major changes in the scope and design .
construction of dubai's first airport was started on the northern edge of the town in 1959 and the terminal building opened for business in september 1960. the airport was initially serviced by gulf aviation flying dakotas, herons and viscounts but iran air commenced services to shiraz in 1961.
important iron age centres in the uae have rendered an unusual richness in finds to archaeologists, particularly the spectacular metallurgical centre of saruq al hadid in what is today dubai. other important iron age settlements in the country include al thuqeibah, madam, bidaa bint saud, ed-dur and tell abraq.
a benchmark crude or marker crude is a crude oil that serves as a reference price for buyers and sellers of crude oil. there are three primary benchmarks, west texas intermediate wti , brent blend, and dubai crude.other well-known blends include the opec reference basket used by opec, tapis crude which is traded in singapore, bonny light used in nigeria, urals oil used in russia and mexico's .
the territory currently known as the united arab emirates was formerly populated by inhabitants of a number of coastal and inland settlements, with human remains pointing to a pattern of transmigration and settlement as far back as 125,000 years. prehistoric settlement in the uae took place in the neolithic, with a number of distinctive eras of ancient settlement including the stone age .
the iron age i period in the uae immediately followed the wadi suq period, which ran from 2,000-1,300 bce.the wadi suq people not only domesticated camels, but there is evidence they also planted crops of wheat, barley and dates. a gradual shift away from coastal to inland settlements took place through the period. the majority of finds dated to the iron age i period are centered around shimal .
dubai creek tower arabic: برج خور دبي is an observation tower under construction located in dubai, united arab emirates, at a preliminary cost of aed 3.67 billion us$1 billion and is expected to be completed in 2021 at the earliest. the tower was initially known as the tower at dubai creek harbour.
dubailand is an entertainment complex being built in dubai, united arab emirates, which is owned by tatweer which belongs to dubai holding .when announced in 2003 it was one of the most ambitious leisure developments ever proposed anywhere in the world costing $64.3 billion, but development has been severely impacted by global recession and dubai's financial crisis.
the dubai mall arabic: دبي مول 'dubai mall' is a shopping mall in dubai.it is the second largest mall by total land area, and the 26th-largest shopping mall in the world by gross leasable area, tying with west edmonton mall and fashion island thailand —both of which are older than it. it has a total retail floor area of 502,000 square metres 5,400,000 sq ft .
cb&i was a large engineering, procurement and construction epc company with its administrative headquarters in the woodlands, texas.cb&i specialized in projects for oil and gas companies. cb&i employed more than 32,000 people worldwide. in may 2018 the company merged into mcdermott international. mcdermott has struggled to integrate its acquisition of chicago bridge & iron co.
energy in the united arab emirates describes energy and electricity production, consumption and import in the united arab emirates uae . uae has 7% of global proved oil reserves, about 100 billion barrels. primary energy use in 2009 in uae was 693 twh and 151 twh per million persons.
the site. the saruq al hadid site is considered to have been a centre of constant human habitation, trade and metallurgy from the umm al nar period 2600–2000 bce to the iron age 1,000 bce , when it was a major location for smelting bronze, copper and iron. arguably its most important period of flourishing was as a metallurgical centre in the iron age ii period 1100–600 bce .
property prices in dubai have experienced a downfall since 2014. a difference of more than 25 per cent has been noted. more than two year ago dubai's creek tower construction started, but no completion date is in sight yet.a cutback on the construction project has come into the scene since, followed by realty developers postponing supplier .
the united arab emirates uae; arabic: الإمارات العربية المتحدة al-ʾimārāt al-ʿarabīyyah al-muttaḥidah , sometimes simply called the emirates arabic: الإمارات al-ʾimārāt , is a country in western asia at the northeast end of the arabian peninsula on the persian gulf, bordering oman to the east .