Survey on oil & gas

Smith, Pamela Ann
August 1998
Middle East;Aug98, Issue 281, p37
Reports that the decision taken by the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries to decrease their combined export of crude oil, is in an effort to support world oil prices. When the decision was made; Details on the decrease; Comments from Ann-Louise Hittle, a director at the United states consultants, Cambridge Energy Associates.


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