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The governance of international oil : the changing rules of the game Subtitle: OIES paper: M26

Abstract: Most people still believe that the big international oil Companies dominate the governance of world oil. This is not surprising since these companies continue to be amongst the largest in the world and through most of the twentieth century their power has been unchallenged. Their eclipse inside the exporting countries by the national oil companies has been only partial since they have not lost their supremacy in the development and application of new technologies; and outside the exporting countries they have ceded none of their powers. In short, it is clear that the international oil companies are not preparing to retire from the stage they have dominated for so long.

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Publisher: Oxford Institute for Energy Studies

Publisher Website: http://www.oxfordenergy.org/

Issue Date: 2000

Copyright Date: 2000 Identifiers

Isbn: 1901795160

Urn: uuid:51f8ca15-4059-4f77-9a3f-cdf7eb3bb60a Item Description

Type: Working/Discussion paper;

Language: en

Version: Publisher's versionKeywords: OIES cartel consuming countries ECT governance structure of oil IEA NOCs oil prices rent capturing rules upstream oil WTO Tiny URL: ora:10504

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Source: https://ora.ox.ac.uk/objects/uuid:51f8ca15-4059-4f77-9a3f-cdf7eb3bb60a



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