The Economics of Natural Gas in Developing Countries provides information pertinent to the utilization of natural gas in developing countries. This book examines the potential domestic uses of natural gas as well as its export possibilities. Organized into 13 chapters, this book begins with an overview of the policies that provide adequate incentives for gas development in order to maximize the availability of gas for domestic uses. This text then examines the worldwide demand and supply of natural gas. Other chapters consider the requirements for gas-trade projects, which consists of a substantial market in the importing region and a significant gas reserve in the exporting country. This book discusses as well the differences between oil and gas development in terms of cost, marketing, technology, and government regulation. The final chapter deals with the significant potential for natural gas. This book is a valuable resource for economists, engineers, and engineering consultants.
Foreword Introduction: Natural Gas Development Begins at Home Opening Address: The World Gas Situation Natural Gas Development in Mexico Gas Resources and Gas Markets: A Global View Oil Industry Participation in Natural Gas Development The Thailand Experience in Natural Gas Development The Measurement of Demand for Natural Gas Alternative Methods and Costs of Financing Gas Development Projects Natural Gas and Other Alternative Fuels for Transportation Purposes Exporting Natural Gas in the Form of LNG Natural Gas Development in Egypt Natural Gas Development in Indonesia The Economics of Natural Gas Development Software Survey Section
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- © Pergamon 1985
- 1st January 1985
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