The Politics of Oil-Producer Cooperation

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1.1 World proven reserves, production, growth, and decline in reserves, and R/P ratios, 1970-1993 22
1.2 Investment per additional daily barrel of capacity 24
2.1 Proved reserves at end of 1975, 1985, and 1995 37
2.2 Refinery capacity and throughputs, 1995 38
2.3 The division of the Turkish Petroleum Company in 1928 54
2.4 Ownership shares in Middle East production distributed to companies 56
2.5 Producing countries' dependency on the majors, 1970 62
2.6 Taxonomy of trading 79
2.7 Principal foreign downstream acquisitions of petroleum-exporting countries, 1983-1990 84
3.1 Saudi Arabian and Iraqi share of OPEC production, July 1990 and 1991-1994 113
3.2 Democracy indexes for the OPEC countries, 1970-1996 115
3.3 Classification of the regimes of OPEC countries 117
4.1 Secretaries-general of OPEC 145
4.2 Key ministerial committees of the OPEC conference 146
4.3 Organizations and state power 151
5.1 Regional crude supply gains and losses, August 8-October 20, 1990 191
5.2 Iraqi and Saudi Arabian production, July 1990, and average, 1991-1994 192
6.1 Share of total exports, selected countries, 1950-1965 209
7.1 Conditions affecting the incidence of cartelization 240

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