Petroleum Supply Vulnerability, 1985 and 1990
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  Petroleum Imports as a Percentage of Total Petroleum Supply. Figure (1) shows petroleum imports as a percentage of total petroleum supply (inland deliveries) in the OECD countries. The Figure indicates that while this percentage declined in the s and early s, it has been relatively stable since the Gulf War at about 60%. The author examines how these principles apply to petroleum, natural gas, electricity, nuclear, coal, renewable resources, and synthetic fuels. He notes progress since the first oil embargo, but outlines what remains to be done. 3 references, 3 ://   Ch. 5— The Petroleum Refining Industry. 87 and each refinery has been built to process a cer-tain type of crude oil (or “slate” of crudes) to pro-duce the products required for a defined market.7 Markets for specific products change constant-ly, and existing refineries are modified or new refineries are built to accommodate such ://~ota/disk3///PDF. The authors devise a measure of vulnerability and use it to compare three policies that have been proposed to reduce U.S. vulnerability to oil-supply disruptions: a 25% oil-import tariff, a $5-per 's.

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  THE WORLD REFINING SYSTEM AND THE OIL PRODUCI'S TRADE 1. INTRODUCTION The principal feature of the " oil price shock is that it is a crisis not only of crude oil supplies but also of oil products. The invasion of Kuwait and the subsequent embargo of Iraq and Kuwait have resulted in the loss of between and mb/d of Supply chain systems are becoming increasingly lengthy and complex, reflecting the dynamic and global marketplace. Adopting a more proactive approach to dealing with new and changing risks and vulnerabilities emerging within or influencing the system may be a wise action to secure the mission of the supply chain :// Within ten years we would not be able to import enough oil-from any country at any acceptable price. -President Carter in a broadcast address on energy problems, Ap Conservative reserveto -production ratios used in the oil industry suggest that Mexico might be able to produce 10 million barrels a day by or Reducing energy vulnerability. , , and. In order to maintain petroleum supply and demand balance, measures should be taken to protect