Energy Policy and Third World Development

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LIST OF TABLES
PART I
ENERGY IN THE DEVELOPING WORLD
Table 1. World commercial energy consumption, 1975-908
Table 2. An energy classification of developing countries8
Table 3. Oil importing developing countries: principal investment requirements in commercial energy, 1980-9011
Table 4. Comparative costs of domestically produced fuels from different sources13
Table 5. External loan commitments and disbursements to oil importing developing countries for commercial energy development, 197815
Table 6. World commercial primary energy production, 1980-9015
Table 7. World oil production, 1979, and proven oil reserves on January 1, 198017
Table 8. Developing countries: estimated remaining ultimate recoverable oil reserves17
Table 9. Oil importing developing countries: estimated oil production, 1980-9021
Table 10. World and oil importing developing countries: oil predevelopment activity, 1970 and 198021
Table 11. World oil shale reserves24
Table 12. World refining capacity, January 1, 198024
Table 13. Typical refinery configurations in developing and developed countries30
Table 14. World proven natural gas reserves30
Table 15. World associated gas production, 197833
Table 16. Selected developing countries: comparative costs of natural gas production33
Table 17. Developing countries with natural gas potential: estimated investments for natural gas development for domestic use, 1980-9039
Table 18. Developing countries: projections of coal supply and demand, 1980-9039
Table 19. Oil importing developing countries: comparative costs of power generation based on various types of fuels43
Table 20. Developing countries: power generating capacity, 1980-9046
Table 21. Electricity production in developing countries, 1980-9046
DEVELOPING COUNTRIES IN THE CHANGING WORLD ENERGY PROGRAM
Table 1. World and major groups of countries: population, GDP and commercial energy consumption, 197555
Table 2. End uses of commercial energy in selected countries, 1970-197256

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