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World energy trends : recent developments and their implications for Arab countries

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OIES paper: SP19
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Arab countries have 56% and 30% of the world’s conventional oil and gas reserves respectively. In 2003 they accounted for over 30% of world oil and NGL production, 11% of gas production, 16% of gas exports and 37% of LNG trade. This hydrocarbon endowment and rapidly expanding role in oil and gas trade conveys onto Arab countries a special responsibility and implies a growing role in the broader international discussions of the political economy of oil and gas, given these fuels’ dominant and ...

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Research group:
Oxford Institute for Energy Studies
Publisher:
Oxford Institute for Energy Studies Publisher's website
Publication date:
2006
URN:
uuid:6fad14e0-d869-43f2-81bd-4eef83ec6a2d
Local pid:
ora:10546
ISBN:
1-901-795-48-9

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