Energy: A Global Outlook - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080272931, 9781483139968

Energy: A Global Outlook

1st Edition

The Case for Effective International Co-operation

Authors: Abdulhady Hassan Taher
eBook ISBN: 9781483139968
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1982
Page Count: 408
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Energy a Global Outlook: The Case for Effective International Co-Operation discusses the historical, current, and future issues related to the international oil industry and the global energy situation.

The book is organized into three parts. Part I provides an economic and political evaluation, including topics such as the historical evolution of the international oil industry; global energy supply and demand balance; and impact of structural changes on the international energy industries. Part II analyses both historical and regional energy scenario, and Part III presents the statistical data. Readers concerned with the status of the global energy resource will find this book a great source of information regarding the matter.

Table of Contents

Foreword Part I An Economic and Political Evaluation Introduction Chapter 1. Historical Evolution of the International Oil Industry Chapter 2. Global Energy Supply and Demand Balance Chapter 3. A Historical Review of OPEC's Creation and Actions Chapter 4. The Rationale for OPEC Chapter 5. The Organization of Arab Petroleum Exporting Countries Chapter 6. Historical Review and Rationale of the IEA's Creation, Policies and Action Chapter 7. Impact of Structural Changes on the International Energy Industries Chapter 8. Petromin, Saudi Arabian Oil Policies and Industrialization through Joint Ventures Chapter 9. North-South: An International Energy Dialog Chapter 10. Structural Changes and New Strategies Chapter 11. Towards an International Energy Development Program Chapter 12. Epilogue Part II Energy Scenarios, Historical and Regional Analysis Chapter 13 - Global Statistical Review of Primary Energy Chapter 14 - Energy Scenarios for 1985 and 199Chapter Chapter 15 - Energy Scenarios for the Year 2ChapterChapterChapter Chapter 16 - The US Energy Situation Chapter 17 - The West European Energy Situation Chapter 18 - The Japanese Energy Situation Chapter 19 - The OPEC Developing Countries' Energy Situation Chapter 20 - The Non-OPEC Developing Countries' Energy Situation Chapter 21 - The USSR Energy Situation Chapter 22 - The East European Energy Situation Chapter 23 - The Energy Situation of the People's Republic of China Part III Statistical Data and Appendices Statistical Tables Historical Analyses Projections Comparison of Forecasts Appendix I OPEC Resolutions, Agreements and Declarations Appendix II International Energy Agency Appendix III Report of the Conference on International Economic Co-operation Appendix IV Energy: Definition, Glossary, Explanatory Notes, Costs, Supply Lead T


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