Impact of crude

Hariharan, Malini
September 2004
Asian Chemical News;9/20/2004, Vol. 10 Issue 461, p12
Trade Publication
Forecasts the impact of crude oil prices on the petroleum industry as of September 2004. Reasons behind the 2004 price increase; Expectations on the demand for oil; Information on oil consumption.


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