Tag: Gulf War

  • Oil Demand: Dependence or Flexibility?

    By: J. M Dargay

    Iraq’s invasion of Kuwait, the boycott of Iraqi and Kuwaiti oil and the consequent surge of international oil prices mark the third major disruption on the oil market in the past two decades. The export reductions provoked by the Arab-Israeli war of 1973, the Iranian revolution of 1978-79 and the present Gulf crisis are very […]

  • Can Natural Gas Take the Strain?

    By: Philip Barnes

    Whenever an oil crisis occurs one can be sure that calls for the replacement of oil by other sources of energy will receive renewed attention. This is, of course, whoUy admirable and should not have to wait upon crises. The present situation in the Gulf is already giving rise to equally predictable demands for more […]

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