This book, originally published in 1984 by a group of leading international commentators on the oil market and major corporate figures int eh market, investigates the underlying forces determining the oil market in the 1970s and 80s. It also discusses the important indicators which point to how the energy market was likely to develop with separate chapters on oil, coal and nuclear power.
Table of Contents
1. Energy Economics and Policy - Lessons from the Past Nigel Lawson 2. The Changing Energy Market: What Can We Learn from the Last Ten Years? Colin Robinson 3. OPEC and the World Energy Market Edith Penrose 4. Oil Companies and the Changing Energy Market Peter Baxendell 5. The future of Nuclear Power Wolf Häfele 6. Coal Production and Trade in the Future Herman T. Franssen 7. The Crisis of 1983 - Panel Discussion Ray Dafter, Walid Khadduri, Robert Mabro, Michael Parker