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Cost estimates for the Soviet oil industry, 1970 to 1990

Albina Tretyakova

Cost estimates for the Soviet oil industry, 1970 to 1990

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Published by Center for International Research, Bureau of the Census, U.S. Dept. of Commerce in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Soviet Union
    • Subjects:
    • Petroleum industry and trade -- Soviet Union -- Costs -- Forecasting.,
    • Petroleum industry and trade -- Soviet Union -- Costs -- Statistics.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Albina Tretyakova and Meredith Heinemeier ; edited by Jeanine Braithwaite.
      SeriesCIR staff paper ;, no. 20
      ContributionsHeinemeier, Meredith M., Braithwaite, Jeanine.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD9555.S652 T75 1986
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 86 p. ;
      Number of Pages86
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2494276M
      LC Control Number87601293


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In Wheel of Fortune: The Battle for Oil and Power in Russia, energy policy analyst Thane Gustafson discusses in great detail the history of the oil industry from the collapse of the Soviet Union to today, and lays out the challenges facing the industry as resources become more difficult to find and produce.

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In the s, the Western Siberia region, also known as the "Russian Core," made the Soviet Union a major world oil producer, allowing for peak production of million barrels per day in total. Cost estimates for the Soviet gas industry, to / (Washington, D.C.: Center for International Research, Bureau of the Census, U.S.

Dept. of Commerce, []), by Albina Tretyakova, Jeanine Braithwaite, and Meredith M. Heinemeier (page images at HathiTrust). The Economics of Soviet Oil and Gas Hardcover – January 1, by Robert Wellington Campbell (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" — Author: Robert Wellington Campbell. Also, the Soviet Union was an oil exporter, and at a lower price, it earned less profit for the oil it exported. Given these headwinds, oil production stopped rising, and bybegan to fall.

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quality, accessible oil are depleted, the Soviets are turning to more remote oil and gas fields and more costly exploitation techniques. But they lag badly behind the West in the necessary technology.

Without any access to Western equipment, the adverse impact on Soviet oil production could be as high as 10 percent of output by Size: 2MB. English imports of Soviet oil products made up about per cent of England's total oil imports and per cent of imports of those varieties of oil imported from the Soviet Union.

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However, both the Soviet Union and America saw peaks in their oil production, the US inas M. King Hubbert () and many others (see Brandt ) predicted; the Soviet Union in See Author: The Oil Drum.

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Analysis of the Soviet Union,publishes together for the first time the highest-level U.S. intelligence assessments of the Soviet Union, cross- indexed for maximum set reproduces on microfiche more than intelligence estimates and reports, representing nea pages of documentation from the office of the Director.

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Init was expected to be from 42 to 44 billion m discovery and production of natural gas are closely related to those of oil. Estimating GDP and Foreign Rents of the Oil and Gas Soviet exports of oil and gas in foreign trade prices are from the Soviet Yearbook of Foreign Trade and Uegaki’s database ().

Soviet foreign trade data in 3 There are the United Nations estimates for – (AMA exchange rates given in. Inin particular, the Russian Federation accounted for 90 percent of Soviet production of crude oil and gas condensate, 65 percent of the country’s refined products output, and 95 percent of its foreign trade in liquid : Eugene M.

Khartukov, Dmitry A. Surovtsev.the OPEC oil embargo ofthe Iranian revolution ofthe Iran-Iraq War initiated inthe first Persian Gulf War inand the oil price spike of Other more minor disturbances are also discussed, as are the economic downturns that followed each of the major postwar oil shocks.

Russian oil production reached a post-Soviet record indespite predications at the beginning of the year that output would fall. Data from Russia's energy ministry in Moscow shows oil and. Oil reserves in Central and South America Topics Russian oil industry Global oil industry and market U.S.

oil and gas industry Gazprom GCC crude oil industry. grew rapidly in the heavy industry sector during the late s and the early s. After assuming control of the Soviet Union, Nikita Khrushchev's policies were characterized by a program of de-Stalinization and broader intellectual tolerance.

Plummeting prices, U.S.-led sanctions and diminished oil exploration raise questions about the capacity of Russia’s oil industry to continue underwriting President Vladimir Putin’s ambitions. What was the average annual increase in national income by. % compared to % in What percentage of Soviet exports had oil accounted for by.

This statistic depicts the OPEC oil price development between and Inthe OPEC oil price per barrel was U.S. dollars. The abbreviation OPEC stands for Organization of the.

Russia’s oil industry is making the most of a weak ruble Russia pumped over 47 million tons of crude in October, percent more than in the same period a year ago. The report shows oil major Rosneft increased output by percent, Lukoil production rose by percent, while Surgutneftegaz cut its output by percent.

World Oil Production, 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 Source: BP; Worldwatch Million Barrels per Day Earth Policy Institute - e Size: 39KB.There is a built-in problem with books like The Madhouse Effect by Michael E.

Mann and Tom Toles. The people who need to read this book wont and the people who do read the book, dont really need it. If you want to know what an utter failure the American media is, consider that only 27% of Americans believe that human activity is the main cause /5.and a little ponderous in tracing the early development of the Russian and Soviet oil industry and takes the better part of eighty pages in presenting material previously published (CampbellEbelElliot ).

This apart, the remainder of the book provides much detail on the problems currently faced in raising Soviet oil output.