Section 11. International Petroleum

March 2004
Monthly Energy Review;Mar2004, p149
Presents data on the performance of the international petroleum sector, as of December 2003. World crude oil production; Daily average production of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OECD); Consumption in OECD countries; Petroleum stocks in OECD countries.


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