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  1. Oil market turning point seen in 2Q 2000

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    Mon, 14 Feb 2000

  2. Regional shifts in worldwide capacity, production slow

    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.

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    Mon, 27 Jun 2005

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

    Growing worldwide demand for lighter and cleaner petroleum products will be met through refining capacity increases in the rapid-growth areas of Asia-Pacific, South America, and the Middle East.

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    Mon, 27 Sep 1999

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

    Worldwide Supply and Demand [88,863 bytes] Increasing international supplies of oil and slowing demand growth threaten to weaken prices this year. In 1997, worldwide demand for petroleum products, boosted by an early-year stock build, grew faster than did supply from outside the Organization of ...

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    Mon, 26 Jan 1998

  5. Forecast and Review Non-OPEC Oil Supply Gains To Outpace Demand In 1997

    Robert J. Beck Associate Managing Editor-Economics Worldwide Supply and Demand [70220 bytes] Rising oil supplies in 1997 will relax some of the market tightness that drove up crude prices last year. Worldwide demand for petroleum products in 1996 rose faster than anticipated and faster than supply ...

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    Mon, 27 Jan 1997

  6. EXPANDING INTERNATIONAL MARKETS WILL STRENGTHEN WORLD'S GAS PROCESSING

    Rick R. Haun Purvin & Gertz Inc. Dallas Ken W. Otto , S. Craig Whitley Purvin & Gertz Inc. Houston Worldwide demand for NGLs is booming. In the international LPG market, demand growth is particularly strong in the developing markets in Asia. Demand has risen sharply in China, requiring significant ...

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    Mon, 12 Jun 1995

  7. Global Oil Glut Keeps Pressure On OPEC

    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 sliding late in 1997 and continued to drop throughout ...

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    Mon, 25 Jan 1999

  8. QUESTIONS ON GROWING GAS TRADE

    Prospects for rapid growth in international gas trade raise questions worthy of attention at the 18th World Gas Conference this week in Berlin. Growth itself isn't in question. Environmental concerns will increase worldwide demand for natural gas. Supplies relative to anticipated demand will remain ...

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    Mon, 8 Jul 1991

  9. Vehicle fleet growth to sustain oil demand

    Bob Tippee Managing Editor-Economics and Exploration Progress in U.S. Passenger Car Emissiins [15076 bytes] The size and number of oil-fueled vehicles will sustain growth in worldwide demand for petroleum well into the next century. Top economists of several major oil companies made vehicle trends ...

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    Mon, 31 Mar 1997

  10. Demand for PVC seen as weathering Asian downturn

    World PVC Growth [87,023 bytes] Global PVC Operating Rate Comparisons [84,730 bytes] Worldwide demand for polyvinyl chloride is expected to grow 4.6%/ year during 1996-2002. That growth rate will occur despite the short-term slow growth forecast for 1998-99 resulting from financial and currency ...

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    Mon, 23 Nov 1998

  11. Moody’s: Global refining, marketing industry to see earnings rise this year

    The global refining and marketing industry will continue to see pockets of earnings growth over the next year, but flat conditions overall, with product demand expected to increase modestly this year by 1.2 million b/d, according to a recent report from Moody’s. That demand increase will be roughly ...

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    Mon, 7 Apr 2014

  12. Moody's: Global refining, marketing industry to see earnings rise this year

    The global refining and marketing (R&M) industry will continue to see pockets of earnings growth over the next year, but flat conditions overall, with product demand expected to increase modestly this year by 1.2 million b/d, according to a recent report from Moody's.

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    Mon, 14 Apr 2014

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