The Politics of Oil-Producer Cooperation

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Index
Abd al-Aziz, King, 208, 212
Abu Dhabi, 24(table), 68, 92(n10)
Abu Musa, 129(n25)
Africa, 114
Agent-structure debate, 12
Aghazadeh, Gholamreza, 350(n45)
Alaska, 75
Alberta, Canada, 295(n3)
Alfonzo, Juan Pablo, 211
Algeria, 24(table), 57, 61, 92(n12), 110, 218, 219
and market shares, 41 (figure)
and oil prices, 173
and oil production, 172, 194
American Petroleum Institute (API), 43
Amoco, 85
Amuzegar, Jamshid, 92(n10)
Analytical narrative, 1-2
Angola, 75, 291, 310
API. See American Petroleum Institute
Arab Cooperation Council, 107
Arabian American Oil Company. See Aramco
Arabic peninsula, 53
Arab-Israeli conflict and OPEC, 33(n17)
Arab-Israeli war 1967, 61, 218 1973, 7
Arab League, 61, 108, 128(n9)
Arab radicalism and Gulf Cooperation Council, 123
Arab summit meeting (1990), 107
Aramco, 68, 92(n15), 92(n16), 209-210, 221-222
Arnstad, Marit, 315, 316, 336
Asia, 114, 193, 197 and oil consumption, 194
As-is-agreement, 53
al-Attiah, Abdullah bin Hamad, 314
Auction plan, 219, 238(n4)
Autocracy, 354 in OPEC countries, 114-115, 117
Azerbaijan, 75
Aziz, Tariq, 108
Bahrain, 92(n12)
Barriers to entry, 43, 57 and market power, 45
Berge, Gunnar, 310, 344
BNOC. See British National Oil Corporation
Boycott, UN of Iraq, 234
BP. See British Petroleum
Brent oil, 80, 81, 196(figure), 330(figure), 336
British National Oil Corporation (BNOC), 186, 289, 303, 304, 344
British Petroleum (BP), 53, 84-85, 87, 91(n1)
Brundtland, Gro Harlem, 310
Bucher-Johannesen, Olav, 352(n93)
Bush, George, 109, 216-217, 343, 347
Cambodia, 75
Camp David accords, 224
Canada, 295(n3) and market shares, 39, 41(figure), 42(figure), 43
and oil production, 287
Capacity utilization, 33(n16)

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