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Norwest’s professional staff of engineers, hydrologists, geologists, environmental specialists, and management consultants bring extensive industry experience to our consulting projects. This will now be your default target page; unless you change your configuration again, or you delete your cookies. A gallon of gas, refined from African oil, is cheaper than a gallon of Maine sparkling water. The Reference case assumes that OPEC will maintain a cohesive policy of limiting supply growth, rather than maximizing total annual revenues.” There is a vast literature analyzing the OPEC behaviour and strategies….

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Publisher: European Communities / Union (EUR-OP/OOPEC/OPOCE) (May 21, 1994)

ISBN: 0119737329

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