Section 3. Petroleum
- Making Green the New Red, White, and Blue. Friedman, Thomas L. // New York Times Upfront;3/13/2006, Vol. 138 Issue 11, p29
Features the need for petroleum by the U.S. in 2006. Importance of this need to oil-producing states; Consumption of oil by the U.S.; Recommendations for meeting this need.
- Section 1. Energy Overview. // Monthly Energy Review;Jun99, p1
Presents statistics on energy production, energy consumption and net imports of energy in March 1999. Energy production by source; Energy consumption by source; Energy net imports by source; Cost of fuels to end users; Petroleum trade.
- U.S. Oil Dependence Remains a Problem. Fri, Robert W. // Issues in Science & Technology;Summer2003, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p53
Discusses the problem posed by the continued dependence of the U.S. on oil for its energy needs. Importance of taking action to cut oil consumption in the U.S. economy; Increase in the prices of oil; Recommendations to reduce oil demand.
- Welcome to the gas age. Sergeant, Barry // Finance Week;4/21/2003, p53
Reports on the trends and policies for the energy and gas industries in South Africa in 2003. Primary energy sources; Energy demand by sector; Fuel use and consumption; Performance of several energy and petroleum companies.
- INTERNATIONAL. // National Petroleum News;Jul2004, Vol. 96 Issue 8, p58
Presents statistical data on the state of the petroleum industry from 1993 to 2002. Petroleum consumption; Refinery throughputs and capacities.
- Section 11. International Energy. // Monthly Energy Review;Jun2002, p145
Reports on the international energy industry as of June 2002. Information on the world crude oil production in March 2002; Oil produced by the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries in March 2002; Petroleum consumption and stocks for Economic Cooperation and Development countries.
- Section 4. Natural Gas. // Monthly Energy Review;May2004, p71
Presents graphs and charts about the dry natural gas production in the United States for February 2004. Decrease in the consumption of natural and supplemental gas; Decrease in the deliveries to residential consumers; Increase in the stocks of working gas in underground natural gas storage...
- Section 11. International Petroleum. // Monthly Energy Review;May2004, p149
Presents graphs and charts about the world crude oil production and petroleum consumption for February 2004. Decrease in crude oil production by the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries; Increase in petroleum consumption by OECD countries.
- Section 11. International Petroleum. // Monthly Energy Review;Jul2004, p149
Presents statistics related to international petroleum as of July 2004. Crude oil production; Petroleum consumption; Petroleum stocks.