4 edition of The politics of oil found in the catalog.
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The petroleum industry is among the most lucrative and most important in the world, and its impact within the realm of international politics is tremendous (although it can be overstated). Taking a well-balanced and objective approach to the complicated web of political and economic threads that make up the fabric of the oil industry, Falola and Genova introduce the most salient aspects in 5/5(1). The Global Politics of Energy () • Edwin Black, Internal Combustion: How Corporations and Governments Addicted the World to Oil () • Tom Bower, Oil: Money, Politics and Power in the 21st Century () • Brian C. Blick, Crude Reality: Petroleum in World History () • Gavin Bridge and Philippe le Billon, Oil ()File Size: KB.
This book examines the ways that oil economics will impact the rapidly changing global economy, and the oil industry itself, over the coming decades. The predictions of peak oil were both right and wrong. Oil production has been constrained in relation to demand for the past decade, with a. Get this from a library! The politics of oil. [Martin H Schultz] -- Discusses the oil industry and its political importance as a natural resource.
Access to oil and natural gas, and their prices, are hugely important axes of geo-political strategy and global economic prospects and have been for a century. This book, written by a Financial Times journalist who has long covered the energy sector, provides readers with the essential information they need for understanding the shifting structure of the global oil and gas economy: where the. Where Oil and Politics Mix By DEBORAH SONTAG NOV. 22, After an unusual land deal, a giant spill and a tanker-train explosion, anxiety began to ripple across the North Dakota prairie.
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The story of oil - how it came to play such a dominant role in the world economy, who controls its extraction, pricing and supply - is essential to an understanding of contemporary world politics.
In this acclaimed book, Francisco Parra draws on his long experience in the oil world, including as the Secretary General of OPEC, to tell by: This book is his attempt to set the record straight.
Iraq and the Politics of Oil is a fascinating behind-the-scenes account of the role of the US government in the Iraqi oil sector since Vogler describes the prewar oil planning and the important decisions made during hostilities to get Iraqi oil flowing several months ahead of schedule.
The politics of oil book "The Halliburton Agenda" is much more than a book about an enormously powerful contemporary company.
This book presents the story of Kellogg, Brown & Root (now an important subsidiary of Halliburton) set in the rough and raw world of Texas politics where money breeds arrogance, power and corruption.
The takeover of that firm by Halliburton, a /5(22). Politics and policy determined how rapidly oil moved onto the market in California and how avidly it was consumed. 3 By shaping both oil supply and demand, politicians, bureaucrats, and judges influenced the price of oil.
State, federal, and local governments decided who would benefit from the oil boom and what share of oil production the. The politics of oil revolves around its price and the reliability of its suppliers.
In turn, many international conflicts in the world today are rooted in these politics. Not surprisingly: the price of oil is managed by a cartel-OPEC-some of whose member governments are deeply hostile to the United States and other major importers of oil/5.
Book Description. This title presents key information on the oil industry world-wide, and will be of interest to anyone involved in or studying the politics of oil production, processing and selling. Oil has long been at the forefront of political agendas, and with increased tensions in the Middle East, there has never been a greater need for.
Oil, Politics and Violence: Nigeria's Military Coup Culture () by Max Siollun. The author names names, and explores how British influence aggravated indigenous rivalries.
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The petrophysical rock core contains gas or oil which are used as fuel as for energy source. Cambridge Street Cambridge, MA Tel.: Fax: Petroleum politics have been an increasingly important aspect of diplomacy since the rise of the petroleum industry in the Middle East in the early 20th century.
As competition continues for a vital resource, the strategic calculations of major and minor countries alike place prominent emphasis on the pumping, refining, transport, sale and use of petroleum products. In Kazakhstan, the oil industry plays a crucial role in its economic and political life due to the country’s considerable oil revenues and accompanying conflicting interests.
As an arena of political struggle, this industry provides a good test case for uncovering regime maintenance : Wojciech Ostrowski. Oil was ever supposed to be the Long term plan for our tribe, it is a limited resource, otherwise that is like living month to month until wells dry up (or bottom drops out of the barrel) - it was to be the path to thriving and self-sufficiency.
I highly recommend Crude Chronicles for anthropologists and others interested in indigenous politics, neoliberalism, oil, the environment, development, social movements, and the nation-state." — Steve Striffler, American Ethnologist "Crude Chronicles represents the kind of book I wish more scholars would aspire to write.
Sawyer is courageous Author: Suzana Sawyer. The oil and gas industry is tied into the Russia-Ukraine conflict and the circumstances and Trump associates in the orbit of the impeachment inquiry — a development that Maddow did not foresee when writing Blowout. “ The week [the book] comes out, the president starts getting impeached,” she said, eliciting laughter from the crowd.
Its oil production has been flat over the past five years despite the discovery of some of the largest oil reserves in the world off Brazil’s shores, known as the “pre-salt.” It has repeatedly missed production targets over the years and in June announced a steep reduction in its oil output target from million to million.
The International Politics of Oil Vol. 2, No. 1, May Climate Change and Collective Action: 35 Troubles in the Transition to a Post-Oil Economy Joshua Busby Oil is essential to the modern economy, providing, among other things, the foundation for transportation systems that facilitate human mobility.
In Kazakhstan, the oil industry plays a crucial role in its economic and political life due to the country’s considerable oil revenues and accompanying conflicting interests. As an arena of political struggle, this industry provides a good test case for uncovering regime maintenance techniques.
Politics of Oil Supply 1 1 Introduction 3 Robert Looney 2 Key Issues Surrounding the Supply of Oil 10 Paul Sullivan 3 The Changing Geopolitics of Oil 30 Michael T. Klare 4 Politics of Oil Supply: National Oil Companies vs. International Oil Companies 45 Jean-Francois Sezncc 5 The Policy Implications of Peak Oil 60 Laurel Graefe 6 Conflict and.
Taking the contested relationship between the popular sectors and the Venezuelan state as a point of departure, Iselin Åsedotter Strønen explores how notions such as class, race, state, bureaucracy, popular politics, capitalism, neoliberalism, consumption, oil wealth, and corruption gained salience in the Bolivarian process.
Iraq and the Politics of Oil An Insider’s Perspective Gary Vogler. University Press of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas,pages. Book Review published on: Ma Iraq and the Politics of Oil gives an oil insider’s perspective of how the Iraqi oil story played out beginning prior to and culminating in September Gary Vogler details the story of his experience serving as a.
But the oil glut could also have political reasons, such as undermining Russia. A more recent reason might be to prevent its regional rival Iran from re-entering the oil market, now that sanctions have been lifted.
Iran, meanwhile, has little interest in cooperating with the Saudis on oil. That means that OPEC looks unlikely to be revived. The is the second book I read on economics. (The first was vintage Galbraith.) Ida Tarbell changed America.
This book should be read on oil. This book focuses on oil politics and the development of nuclear technology in Iran, providing a broader historical context to understand Iran’s foreign relations and nuclear policy.
The author assesses Iran's encounters with the West in light of major confrontations both in terms of open conflict as well as controversies surrounding treaties.