2006 International Petroleum Encyclopedia

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Rebecca Busby
PennWell Corporation, 2006 - Reference - 522 pages
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The International Petroleum Encyclopedia is a time-honored and concise source of information for the rapidly changing petroleum market.



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Contains more than 350 pages of information on important activities and developments concerning oilfields, pipelines, refineries, tanker terminals, and more.

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Contents

North America
1
Gulf of Mexico
29
Alaska
49
Latin America
71
Chile
84
Peru
97
Austria
110
Middle East
149
Bangladesh
284
Indonesia
297
Malaysia
305
Pakistan
311
IPE Key Stats Tables
325
Reserves and production
343
Drilling and exploration
349
Investment and markets
356

Kuwait
163
Syria
176
Cameroon
197
Libya
202
Madagascar
210
South Africa
220
Azerbaijan
226
Kyrgyzstan
232
Tajikistan
244
AsiaPacific
264
Trade and tankers
362
Refining and products
405
Gas processing and products
414
Petrochemicals outlook
424
Statistical Tables
437
IPE Information
473
Glossary of Abbreviations and Acronyms
490
Advertisers Index
499
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About the author (2006)

Rebecca L. Busby has 30 years of writing/editing experience in the energy industry, starting with the Institute of Gas Technology in 1975. Her background also includes the Gas Technology Institute, where she edited its premier magazine and covered research on fuel cells, alternative-fuel vehicles, power generation, and other natural gas applications. An independent writer/editor since 1989, her publications have featured energy technologies such as micropower, wind turbines, and solar energy. She also edited PennWell’s Natural Gas in Nontechnical Language.

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