Control & influences on world oil price

From the early days of the oil industry through the first global oil crisis of the mid-1960s and 1970s, the major international oil companies (all originating from the United States and Europe) had control of the oil supply chains and were able to dictate the price of crude oil to the major producing nations, primarily located in the Middle East.

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