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The dominant position of the oil-producing countries is being challenged in the international oil market by the large international oil companies. The large private international oil companies, already comparable in size to the largest of the NOCs, have managed to make significant advances in efficiency in the field of organization, finance, human capital and technology. Their ability to compete has improved dramatically since 1973. Moreover, the availability of new opportunities for exploration in the former Soviet Union has allowed the private international oil companies to expand their activities and lure capital away from the OPEC countries. As a result, the average cost of a barrel of oil produced by the private companies has decreased substantially since the 1970s. At the same time, costs for the NOCs have increased due to organizational inefficiencies. The difference between `low-cost-extraction" oil and `high-cost-extraction" oil, the critical element in the competitive advantage of the OPEC countries, has been significantly narrowed. Unless the oil-producing countries acknowledge the root of their problems, they will end up surrendering their remaining competitive advantage by clinging to an obsolete oil regime.
|Statement||by Coby Linde|
|Series||Studies in Industrial Organization -- 23, Studies in industrial organization -- 23.|
|LC Classifications||HD28-70, HD2321-4730.9|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] :|
|Pagination||1 online resource (ix, 172 p.)|
|Number of Pages||172|
|ISBN 10||1461370663, 1461545757|
|ISBN 10||9781461370666, 9781461545750|
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As another example, you may hear on the news about an oil refinery explosion where a supply of crude oil is compromised. This will cause the price of oil to increase. There's also the international commodities market, where investors hedge bets on how much they think the price of oil will increase or decrease down the : Patrick E. George. The oil producer may have problems, however, if it is required to renegotiate the tariff rate after it has spent its capital in field development and must rely on the pipeline to get its oil to market. The tariff rate will certainly affect the economic return from a field. Gas Markets. Unlike the market for oil, the market for natural gas is local.
The United States is one of the largest crude oil producers. About countries produce crude oil. The United States was the top crude oil producer in and U.S. oil refineries obtain crude oil produced in the United States and in other countries. Different types of companies supply crude oil to the world market. The international oil market was dominated by the “Seven Sisters” multinational companies and was largely separate from that of the former Soviet Union (FSU) and other centrally planned economies (CPEs). OPEC developed its collective vision, set up its objectives and established its Secretariat, first in Geneva and then, in , in Vienna.
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