Energy, Economics, and Foreign Policy in the Soviet Union

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Tables
1-1. Energy Production, Consumption, and Net Trade in the Soviet Union, Selected Years, 1960-823
1-2. Average Annual Real GNP Growth Rates for the United States, Europe, and the Soviet Union, by Quinquennia, 1961-8015
2-1. Soviet Primary Energy Production, Selected Years, 1960-8232
2-2. Soviet Investments in Primary Energy Production and in the Economy, Selected Years, 1960-8236
2-3. Soviet Investments in the Energy Sector and Increments to Energy Output, 1966-8041
2-4. Gross and Net Additions to Productive Capacity and Output in the Soviet Oil Industry, 1961-8548
2-5. Regional Output of Crude Oil in the USSR, Selected Years, 1930-8050
2-6. Oil and Gas Drilling in the USSR, 1970-8556
2-7. Regional Distribution of Soviet Natural Gas Production, Selected Years, 1950-8568
2-8. Planned and Actual Output for Urengoi, 1978-8271
2-9. Gross and Net Additions to Productive Capacity and Output in the Soviet Coal Industry, 1961-8585
2-10. Output of Coal by Region in the USSR, Selected Years, 1940-8586
2-11. Soviet Electric Power Production, Total, Nuclear, Hydro, Selected Years, 1970-8596
3-1. National Income Indexes and Simplified Soviet Energy Balances, 1960-82103
3-2. Energy Consumption in the Soviet Union, the United States, and the European Community, 1970, 1980 105
3-3. Energy-Demand Accounts for the United States, Western Europe, and the Soviet Union, 1970, 1980107
3-4. Soviet Energy Conservation Results Realized or Planned, 1980, 1985, 1990124
4-1. Soviet Energy Balances, Selected Years, 1960-82150
4-2. Soviet Exports to the Developed West, by Main Product Group, Selected Years, 1960-81153
4-3. Soviet Oil Exports to the West, 1971-82155
4-4. Soviet Natural Gas Exports to the West, 1971-81157
4-5. Soviet Exports to Socialist Countries, by Main Product Group, 1975, 1981160
4-6. Soviet Oil Exports to CMEA, 1971-82163
4-7. Soviet Natural Gas Exports to CMEA, 1971-81165
4-8. Soviet Macroeconomic and Energy Indicators, Actual and Planned, 1971-85170
4-9. Soviet Investments by Major Sector, 1971-85176
4-10. Soviet Energy Balance for 1980, 1985, and 1990, Actual, Plan, and Projected179

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  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword vii
  • Contents ix
  • Tables x
  • ABBREVIATIONS OF FREQUENTLY CITED PERIODICALS xii
  • Chapter One - Overview 1
  • Chapter Two - Soviet Energy Supplies 24
  • Chapter Three - Soviet Energy Consumption in World Perspective 100
  • Chapter Four - the Energy Balance 144
  • Chapter Five - Energy and Foreign Policy 193
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