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The New Economy of Oil: Impacts on Business, Geopolitics and Society. [NOOK Book]

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'The global oil industry is an exceptionally complex one, and its importance to governments, business and society as a whole is immense...The New Economy of Oil aims to set out the challenges and choices ahead, and it makes a fascinating read.'
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'John Mitchell, in this excellent book, is looking at the new elements which may influence, or indeed determine, the shape of the oil industry, the ...
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The New Economy of Oil: Impacts on Business, Geopolitics and Society.

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Overview

'The global oil industry is an exceptionally complex one, and its importance to governments, business and society as a whole is immense...The New Economy of Oil aims to set out the challenges and choices ahead, and it makes a fascinating read.'
Business News

'John Mitchell, in this excellent book, is looking at the new elements which may influence, or indeed determine, the shape of the oil industry, the behaviour of the main actors, the forces of supply and demand, and the price path.'
From the Foreword by Robert Mabro, Director, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies

'The New Economy of Oil is a superior, state-of-the-art tour of a conventional scenario about the near future of the world's oil and oil economy and polity.'
Society and Natural Resources

In a world where international accountability is increasingly important, the oil industry faces an unprecedented series of challenges. Mitchell's main theme is that the acceptability of oil is becoming more important than its availability. The implications are enormous, given the huge current dependence on oil of so much industry and government revenue. This book is of importance to all those involved with oil - from industry professionals to competitors, commentators, investors, managers, politicians and regulators.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781134204496
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 11/5/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 304
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

John Mitchell is associate research fellow at Chatham House and former special adviser to the managing directors of British Petroleum. Koji Morita is Associate Professor of Nuclear Energy Systems at Kyushu University. Norman Selley is an Economics Advisor at Hess. Jonathan Stern is Director of Gas Research at the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies where he has created a research programme which conducts independent research and commentary on international gas issues worldwide.

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