After rushing to take advantage of new opportunities offered by governments around the world, the international petroleum industry may be overcommitted. Cooperation among countries and companies in the next 2 years will be required if "a lot of grief" is to be avoided, says an international petroleum financing consultant. Christopher P. Noyes, a partner in Edge Technologies Inc., Dallas, to the fall conference of the Association of International Petroleum Negotiators (AIPN) in Dallas early this

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