4 edition of The impacts of crude oil supply changes and supply allocation found in the catalog.
The impacts of crude oil supply changes and supply allocation
Douglas J. Haughey
Bibliography: p. 71-72.
|Statement||Douglas J. Haughey and Donald A. Bruton.|
|Series||Working paper -- 83-4, Working paper (Canadian Energy Research Institute) -- no. 83-84.|
|Contributions||Bruton, Donald A., Canadian Energy Research Institute.|
|LC Classifications||TN873.C3 H373 1983, TN873C22 A463|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 72 p. :|
|Number of Pages||72|
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Regulation of oil production and the political allocation of petroleum resources were heavily shaped.With respect to this breakdown, it should be noted that the cost of crude oil corresponds to a crude oil price of about $ per barrel in currency.
However, process losses, density changes, and the allocation of joint costs in refining make it difficult to translate crude oil prices into more» gasoline prices.