Egypt and Oil: Brent Crude Oil Price Dashboard Available at Oil-Price.net

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http://oil-price.net released a new web dashboard displaying the price of Brent Crude Oil. This dashboard can be placed free of charge on any web site to display the price of crude oil in real time.

Since the beginning of riots Egypt, the price of Brent Crude oil has shot well over $100 per barrel. This sudden rise in oil prices worries investors worldwide. To help track crude oil prices, http://oil-price.net contributes this new Brent oil price dashboard so that anyone can consult the price of oil on any website at any time for free.

Studies have shown that visitor retention, time spent on a site as well as number of recurring visitors increase significantly when a site displays oil-price.net's oil dashboards on its landing page.

Several oil classifications exist with different prices: Brent pricing applies to Petroleum production in Europe, Africa and the Middle East whereas WTI (West Texas Intermediate) applies to North American oil. Oil-price.net now distributes free oil price dashboards for both Brent and WTI prices.

As post Peak-Oil Egypt dives deeper into chaos and Mubarak is ousted, many are worried about the Suez Canal and the three million barrels of oil transiting through it daily. Any interruption of traffic through the canal will likely have dramatic consequences on world oil supplies as well as the supply of food to Egypt and neighboring countries which could spark further riots. By adding the oil dashboard to your website you enable visitors to stay up to date on today's most important commodity and give these visitors a reason to come back to your site often.

The #1 oil price source, http://oil-price.net enables online portals to display the price of crude oil and other commodities in real time. Adding the price of crude oil to your website literally takes a matter of seconds thanks to oil-price.net's oil dashboards and its easy installation tutorial.

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