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  1. Westwood: Big oil needs new business model

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    Thu, 10 Jan 2008

    Sam Fletcher Senior Writer HOUSTON, Jan. 10 -- The fundamentals of population and economic growths are driving a worldwide demand for oil that has recently pushed crude prices to $100/bbl and have producers scrambling for the reserves to satisfy

  2. SPECIAL REPORT: Growth expected for global oil demand, production

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    Mon, 15 Jan 2007

    Worldwide demand for oil will climb 1.4 million b/d in 2007, following growth of just 900,000 b/d last year. Production will grow enough

  1. SPE ATCE: Gas demand expected to grow

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    Tue, 21 Sep 2010

    Guntis Moritis OGJ Production Editor FLORENCE, ITALY, Sept. 21 -- Worldwide demand for natural gas may grow by 1.3-1.6%/year through 2030, according to presentations at the opening general session of

  2. Worldwide oil demand to increase again in 2001

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    Mon, 29 Jan 2001

    Continued growth in the global economy will push up worldwide demand for oil again this year. Recent data from the International ..... grow by 1 million b/d. IEA expects fourth quarter worldwide demand to be very strong at 79.8 million b/d, with

  3. Diesel will experience higher future demand than gasoline, fuel oil

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    Wed, 5 Jun 2002

    David Nakamura Refining-Petrochemical Editor Houston, June 5 -- Future worldwide demand growth for motor fuels will focus on diesel, while demand growth for gasoline and fuel oil will stagnate. This is according to

  4. Growth In World Demand For Oil To Ease In 1998

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    Mon, 26 Jan 1998

    prices this year. In 1997, worldwide demand for petroleum products, boosted ..... growth is expected to boost worldwide demand this year but not as much as ..... year, the expected increase in worldwide demand can be met entirely from the

  5. Gasoline glut to persist in Asia-Pacific region through 2010

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    Mon, 27 Sep 1999

    Growing worldwide demand for lighter and cleaner petroleum products will be met through refining capacity increases in the rapid-growth areas of Asia

  6. Regional shifts in worldwide capacity, production slow

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    Mon, 27 Jun 2005

    Worldwide in 2004, natural gas and related NGL production continued steady but slower growth, as worldwide demand for all types of energy pushed natural gas and crude oil production. Despite impressive gains in drilling rig activity in the

  7. MTBE demand to decline after peaking in 2001

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    Mon, 19 Nov 2001

    Worldwide demand for methyl tertiary butyl ether (MTBE) will peak at 520,000 b/d in 2001, according to a paper presented at the 10th Annual

  8. Global Oil Glut Keeps Pressure On OPEC

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    Mon, 25 Jan 1999

    Worldwide Supply and Demand [48,276 bytes] Growing worldwide supply of crude oil crossed paths with slowing growth in worldwide demand for petroleum products in 1998. The surplus pushed oil prices to their lowest level since 1986. Prices started

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