Will Gaddafi sabotage Libya's oil pipelines to spite protesters?Photo: Crethi PlethiOver the past week, the unrest in the Middle East deepened, with growing protests in Bahrain and Libya, and more draconian measures by the countries' leaders to quash the opposition. Libya is a significant oil exporter, and the first member of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) to experience significant protests in recent months. The developments have roiled the oil markets, driving the price above $110 a barrel -- the highest since the bubble-inflated peak burst in July 2008, after spiking to nearly $150 a barrel. It could …
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