Natural Oil Companies and Value Creation : Volume 2. Case Studies

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Title: Natural Oil Companies and Value Creation : Volume 2. Case Studies
Author: Tordo, Silvana .; Tracy, Brandon S; Arfaa, Noora
Abstract: Approximately two billion dollars a day of petroleum are traded worldwide, which makes petroleum the largest single item in the balance of payments and exchanges between nations. Petroleum represents the larger share in total energy use for most net exporters and net importers. While petroleum taxes are a major source of income for more than 90 countries in the world, poor countries net importers are more vulnerable to price increases than most industrialized economies. This paper has five chapters. Chapter one describes the key features of upstream, midstream, and downstream petroleum operations and how these may impact value creation and policy options. Chapter two draws on ample literature and discusses how changes in the geopolitical and global economic environment and in the host governments' political and economic priorities have affected the rationale for and behavior of National Oil ...
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/592
Date: 2011-03


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