Total SA won bidding to develop the biggest onshore oil deposits in the United Arab Emirates, making the French energy company the first to be chosen by Abu Dhabi to pump more crude amid a global supply glut. Abu Dhabi National Oil Co. awarded Total 10 percent of the main land-based concession in the U.A.E.’s largest sheikhdom, for 40 years starting Jan. 1, 2015, the Paris-based company said in an e-mailed statement on Thursday. Adnoc, as the government-owned producer is known, confirmed the award and said it will name other partners “soon.” Total’s stake would account for oil output generating $2.83 billion a year based on yesterday’s closing Brent price of $48.47 a barrel. Middle Eastern energy suppliers including the U.A.E. are expanding their capacity to produce crude for export as well as to boost output of natural gas, which they burn as fuel in local power […]