Statistical analysis

01/31/2000
The OGJ Economics Editor monitors and interprets a variety of petroleum-related statistics and is often asked to provide selected data on a moment's notice. As of this writing, for example, there is a pending request from a colleague for worldwide crude oil supply and demand figures for the past 10 years.OGJ's Forecast and Review, p. 44, includes many statistics related to supply and demand. When it came time to meet with my coauthor for the report, I planned a trip that included a flight from Houston to Tulsa.Jet fuel use risesThe trip seemed routine enough, but about half an hour into the flight, the pilot announced over the speaker, in a voice signaling that no comforting words...
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