Tag: Petroleum Products

  • Crude Oil Markets in 2015 – the battle for market share

    By: OIES

    In collaboration with OIES and KAPSARC, Clingendael International Energy Programme (CIEP) hosted a workshop in March 2015 to discuss the structural changes shaping the crude oil and petroleum products markets and the shifts in trade flows. The general view was that apart from the structural changes in crude oil supply and demand, oil product markets […]

  • Government Subsidies and Demand for Petroleum Products in Iran

    By: D. Salehi-Isfahani

    Oil-exporting countries are among the world’s fastest growing consuiners of petroleum products.  Between 1966 and 1986, encouraged by rising incoines and falling piices, doinestic consumption of oil in OPEC countries increased by 94 per cent per year. Without fui-ther increase in capacity, at this rate their consumption of refined products – which in 1993 stood […]

  • The First Oil War: Implications of the Gulf Crisis in the Oil Market

    By: Leonie Archer

    The issues which provided Iraq with the pretext for its invasion of Kuwait were oil pricing policies and oiI revenues. Of course, Iraq had broader political and regionaL objectives, but its most immediate and pressing concern was to loosen the economic and financial noose that was threatening strangulation. Low oil prices, technicaI limitations on arrent […]

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