Guide to the Milton Lipton oil reports.

Guide to the Milton Lipton oil reports
August 1956 – November 1986

Collection number: HMC-0971.
Creator: Lipton, Milton.
Title: Milton Lipton oil reports.
Dates: August 1956 – November 1986.
Volume of collection: 10 cubic feet.
Language of materials: Collection materials in English.
Collection summary: International oil issues reports written by Milton Lipton’s consulting firm, Walter J. Levy Consultants Corp.

Biographical note:

Mr. Milton Lipton was the president and director of the W.J. Levy Consultants Corp., New York City, where he worked from 1956 through his retirement in 1987. During that time, he was involved with many of the central developments in world energy. For instance, when gas was first discovered in the North Sea, Lipton was asked by the European Economic Community and the British Minister of Power to do the first feasibility study of natural gas pricing. He also conducted feasibility studies for the first refinery in Liberia.  Additionally, Mr. Lipton was a consultant to the Alaska State Legislature on world energy from the mid 1950s to the mid 1980s and he played a significant role in developing Alaska’s oil and gas policies after the big discoveries of petroleum were made on the North Slope.  Other clients of his consulting firm included the Alaskan Native Corp., the Province of Alberta, the Government of Indonesia, and numerous other governments and companies around the world.

Mr. Lipton received a bachelor’s degree from Rutgers University, New Brunswick, and studied economics and mathematical statistics at Columbia University, New York City, and Stanford University, California. He later continued graduate studies as a fellow of the Social Science Research Council. He also taught at the University of California and New York University, and conducted research in capital investment and productivity at the National Bureau of Economic Research. He served as a Merchant Marine during World War II and in 1950, while he was on special assignment in Europe for the U.S. State Department, he seconded as a consultant on productivity to the administrator of the Marshall Plan in Paris.

Collection description:

This collection consists of oil reports in 71 bound volumes encompassing the period of August 1956 through November 1986.  The reports concern the import and export of oil worldwide as well as oil production and transportation matters.  Some reports also assess national and international political developments that may affect oil production and availability.

Arrangement: Arranged chronologically by volume.

Rights note: Copyright to the materials is not owned by the Archives.

Preferred citation: Milton Lipton oil reports, Archives and Special Collections, Consortium Library, University of Alaska Anchorage.

Works used in preparation of inventory:

(2001, August 10). Milton Lipton, president of NYC consulting firm. Star-Ledger, The
            (Newark, NJ) FINAL ed., 43. Retrieved May, 4 2009 from NewsBank on-line

database (America’s Newspapers) on the World Wide Web:

http://infoweb.newsbank.com

Acquisition note: The collection was given to the Archives by Barbara Lipton in 2007.

Processing information: This collection was arranged by Natalia Soto in 2008 and described by Jeanne Hawthorne in 2009.

Container list:

Box/

Volume

Item Report title Report date
1/1 1 Middle East oil trade, the Suez Canal and tanker requirements 1956 August
1/1 2 The possibilities of expanding Venezuela’s oil trade with major eastern and western hemisphere countries 1956 September
1/1 3 Petroleum report July-August 1956 1956 September
1/1 4 US crude oil imports–ODM regulations and the record of compliance 1956 September
1/1 5 Petroleum report September 1956 1956 October
1/1 6 The Suez Canal crisis–development of issues and evolution of national positions July 26-October 5, 1956 1956 October
1/1 7 Petroleum report October 1956 1956 October
1/1 8 The Middle East crisis–immediate problems arising out of recent developments 1956 November
1/1 9 The Suez Canal crisis–major economic impact on Europe 1956 November
1/1 10 The Middle East crisis –problems and adjustments in supplying Europe’s oil requirements 1956 December
1/1 11 Petroleum report November 1956 1956 December
1/2 1 Petroleum report–December 1956 1957 January
1/2 2 A comparison of Venezuela and US Gulf crude oil prices 1957 January
1/2 3 Current trends in world oil prices 1957 February
1/2 4 The world oil industry in 1956 and its current prospects with a review of oil exploration and legal arrangements 1957 February
1/2 5 Petroleum report–February 1957 1957 March
1/2 6 The outlook for the Canadian oil industry with special reference to crude oil markets, pipeline tariffs and wellhead prices 1957 March
1/2 7 Problems of readjustment for the US petroleum industry 1957 March
1/2 8 Petroleum report–March 1957 1957 April
1/2 9 The long range outlook for tanker markets 1957 April
1/2 10 The American pipeline 1957 April
1/2 11 Petroleum report–April 1957 1957 May
1/2 12 An approach to SOHIO’s long range planning 1957 May
1/2 13 Problems and issues of US oil import policy 1957 May
1/2 14 Appendix  problems and issues of US oil import policy 1957 June
1/2 15 Recent developments in US oil import policy 1957 June
1/3 1 Trends in world oil prices after Suez 1957 June
1/3 2 Petroleum report May-June 1957 1957 July
1/3 3 US import policy reviewed 1957 August 5
1/3 4 US import policy reviewed 1957 August 12
1/3 5 Petroleum report September 1957 1957 September
1/3 6 A note on the economic outlook 1957 September
1/3 7 Company response to the voluntary oil import program 1957 September
1/3 8 Petroleum report September 1957 1957 October
1/3 9 The voluntary oil import program–principles emerging from decisions of the administrator 1957 October
1/3 10 Petroleum report October 1957 1957 November
1/3 11 Petroleum report November 1957 1957 December
1/3 12 Market outlooks for Canadian crude oil: problems and prospects 1957 December
1/3 13 Voluntary oil import program for the west coast 1957 December
1/4 1 Petroleum report December 1957 1958 January
1/4 2 Where may the voluntary oil import program be heading? 1958 January
1/4 3 The outlook for world oil markets 1958 February
1/4 4 The fifteen-year outlook for Middle East oil and its flows 1957-1972 1958 March
1/4 5 A note on the economic outlook 1958 March
1/4 6 Implications of current oil import policy and formulated by Cabinet Committee, March 24, 1958 1958 April
1/4 7 Petroleum report March 1958 1958 April
1/4 8 The system of petroleum taxation in Venezuela 1958 April
1/4 9 A note on the foreign economic outlook 1958 May
1/4 10 A review of the Standard (Indiana) proposal for import controls 1958 May
1/4 11 Western security and international oil 1958 June
1/4 12 The outlook for US oil markets 1958 June
1/4 13 The position of crude and heavy fuel oils in world markets 1958 June
1/4 14 Petroleum report May 1958 1958 June
1/5 1 The foreign oil commerce of the US 1915–1958 1958 June
1/5 2 Appendix a: an historical review of government policy on the US foreign oil trade, 1919-1945 1958 April
1/5 3 Appendices: b. the policy and attitudes of the Executive Branch on the US foreign oil trade, 1946-1957

c. Congress and the US foreign oil trade, 1946-1957

d. Attitudes of industry groups and oil-producing states on the US foreign oil trade, 1946-1957

1958 April
1/5 4 Appendix e: voluntary imports controls, July 1957-March 1958 1958 April
1/6 1 The outlook for world oil markets, 1960-1965 1958 July
1/6 2 US oil import policy at midyear 1958 1958 July
1/6 3 US oil import policy at midyear, 1958 (draft) 1958 July
1/6 4 The threat and containment of a Middle East oil crisis 1958 July
1/6 5 Review of US oil import policy 1958 August
1/6 6 Recent changes in the environment for oil operations abroad 1958 August
1/6 7 Petroleum report July 1958 1958 September
1/6 8 Memorandum on the Jamaica refinery project 1958 September
1/6 9 A review of proposed revisions in the US oil import program 1958 September
1/6 10 Petroleum report 1958 October
1/6 11 Petroleum report November 1958 1598 December
1/6 12 Betancourt on Venezuelan oil policy 1598 December
1/6 13 The Trinidad oil economy 1598 December
1/7 1 Petroleum report 1959 January
1/7 2 Investment in foreign oil industry 1959 January
1/7 3 Issues posed by US oil import policy 1959 February
1/7 4 Petroleum report 1959 February
1/7 5 Petroleum report 1959 March
1/7 6 Impact of US mandatory oil import limitation on the Canadian position 1959 March
1/7 7 Possible effects of US import restrictions on domestic oil markets 1959 March
1/7 8 Changes in competitive price relationships of Canadian crude oil 1959 April
1/7 9 A review of Continental’s Panama refinery project 1959 April
1/7 10 Digest of recent Argentine oil production arrangements 1959 April
1/7 11 Canadian oil imports under the new presidential proclamation 1959 May
1/7 12 Review of a long term integrated policy for oil in India 1959 May
1/7 13 A projection of the United States oil imports through 1964 1959 May
1/8 1 Proposed changes in oil import regulations 1959 June
1/8 2 Review of the mandatory oil import program for the second half of 1959 1959 June
1/8 3 US oil import policy and the national security–some selected references 1959 June
1/8 4 Evaluation of projections as presented in the fifteen-year outlook for Middle East oil and its flows  1957-1972 1959 June
1/8 5 Recent trends in eastern hemisphere oil markets 1959 June
1/8 6 The outlook for world oil markets, 1958-1965 1959 July
1/8 7 Recent trends in west coast imports of Canadian crude 1959 August
1/8 8 The Borden report on Canadian exports to the US 1959 September
1/8 9 California crude price reductions and Canadian exports to the west coast 1959 September
1/8 10 A review of recent import exchanges with some implications for foreign producing areas 1959 September
1/8 11 Oil and natural gas in the BTU battle 1959 October
1/8 12 Stresses in the world oil economy from new producing areas and newcomers to foreign production 1959 October
1/8 13 A review of recent changes in the US oil import program 1959 December
2/1 1 A comparative analysis of the performance and prospects of six international oil companies 1960 January
2/1 2 Comparative analysis of the performance and prospects of six international oil companies (appendices) 1960 January
2/1 3 Comparative analysis of the performance and prospects of six international oil companies (supplements) 1960 June
2/2 1 The future balance between free world oil consumption and production 1960 February
2/2 2 Wilshire Oil’s import quota by 1965 1960 February
2/2 3 Issues posed by oil import regulations for Puerto Rico 1960 February
2/2 4 Pontiac’s import quota by 1965 1960 March
2/2 5 Considerations affecting the future value and size of US import quotas 1960 March
2/2 6 A brief summary of the US oil import program 1960 April
2/2 7 Some implications of recent crude price adjustments 1960 April
2/2 8 An approach to Sinclair’s problems, 1960-1965 1960 April
2/2 9 Proposed changes in import regulations for the second half of 1960 1960 May
2/2 10 New import allocations and how company quotas may develop in the future 1960 June
2/2 11 A note on recent crude price reductions 1960 June
2/2 12 Plymouth Oil Company 1960 July
2/2 13 Some possible consequences if world crude postings are reduced 1960 August
2/3 1 Oil exploration and development in the United States: recent results and future prospects 1960 September
2/3 2 Some implications of the joint producing ventures of the National Iranian Oil Company 1960 September
2/3 3 A review of Ente Nazionale Idrocarburi with special reference to its foreign venture 1960 September
2/3 4 The economic outlook and implications for US oil markets 1960 October
2/3 5 Proposed changes in the allocation of residual fuel oil quotas 1960 October
2/3 6 A note of foreign oil markets 1960 October
2/3 7 Proposed changes in crude oil import ceilings for Districts I-IV 1960 November
2/3 8 Note on the competitive position of Canadian crude in Toledo and Chicago 1960 November
2/3 9 The search for oil in developing countries (at request of the International bank for Reconstruction and Development 1960 November
2/4 1 Major issues in international oil 1961 January
2/4 2 Review of US and foreign oil markets 1961 January
2/4 3 Logistics of the Canadian national oil policy 1961 March
2/4 4 Current and prospective developments in world oil–implications for western European energy policy with special reference to the German Federal Republic  (S.A.) 1961 April
2/5 1 Some major issues for consideration in the Districts I-IV import program 1961 May
2/5 2 World oil in transition–the impact of a changing economic and political environment on international oil 1961 June
2/5 3 The issue of residual fuel oil import controls 1961 June
2/5 4 A review of international commodity agreements with special reference to the evolution of US and UN policy 1961 June
2/5 5 Draft outline for presentation on the subject of the rate of return on investment in foreign oil 1961 June
2/5 6 YPF agreements with Continental Oil and Ohio Oil 1961 July
2/5 7 A note on Canadian crude and the decline in the exchange rate 1961 July
2/5 8 A comparison between petroleum and other commodities in international trade 1961 August
2/5 9 The rate of return on investment in foreign oil: Middle East producing profits in perspective 1961 September
2/5 10 Issues posed by Soviet oil policy 1961 September
2/5 11 A note on possible trends in US oil imports 1961 October
2/5 12 Current trends in foreign oil markets 1961 October
2/5 13 A note on east Texas crude postings and the valuation of Venezuelan royalty crude 1961 November
2/5 14 A note on the economics of domestic oil markets 1961 November
2/5 15 Memorandum: some considerations affecting Saharan crude prices 1961 December
2/5 16 A review of decisions by the Oil Import Appeals Board 1961 December
2/6 1 A note on the climate for new oil concessions in the Middle East and North Africa 1962 January
2/6 2 Some comments on BP’s world tanker review 1962 January
2/6 3 Formula pricing for oil as suggested by officials of various foreign governments 1962 February
2/6 4 Basic considerations for oil policies in developing countries (Walter J. Levy) 1962 February
2/6 5 Consideration for a long-range energy policy for the European Economic Community 1962 March
2/6 6 Current trends in US oil markets 1962 March
2/6 7 Oil in the common market 1962 April
2/6 8 The wealth that oil creates: a comparison between oil exporting and other developing countries 1962 April
2/6 9 A note on the “cease fire” and future oil operations in the Sahara 1962 April
2/6 10 A review of recent developments in foreign oil markets 1962 May
2/6 11 A review of recent developments in Canadian crude production and prices 1962 May
2/6 12 A review of the Liberia refining project 1962 June
2/6 13 Memorandum: national fuels and energy study, US Senate Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs 1962 June
2/7 1 Recent developments in international commodity agreements 1962 July
2/7 2 Appendix a – coffee 1962 July
2/7 3 Appendix b–cotton textiles 1962 July
2/7 4 Appendix c–lead and zinc 1962 July
2/7 5 Appendix d–sugar 1962 July
2/7 6 Appendix e–tin 1962 July
2/7 7 Policy issues posed by OPEC 1962 August
2/7 8 An outline of a foreign policy of the United States: a review of objectives, issues, and their implications 1962 August
2/7 9 Policies, performance and present position of the Royal Dutch/Shell Group 1962 September
2/7 10 A note on financial resources and capital expenditure programs among domestic integrated companies 1962 October
2/7 11 For discussion: investments perspectives, with special reference to Atlantic’s foreign exploration program 1962 October
2/7 12 Further developments on oil in the Common Market 1962 October
2/7 13 The European Common Market and its implications for world oil (W.J. Levy) 1962 November
2/7 14 Reference tables for comparative crude oil evaluation 1962 November
2/7 15 The outlook for domestic oil markets with reference to Delhi-Taylor’s future position 1962 November
2/7 16 Current trends in foreign oil markets 1962 November
2/7 16 A review of recent changes in US oil import policy 1962 December
2/8 1 Perspectives on western policy toward the Soviet oil effort 1963 January
2/8 2 A note on foreign oil investments and earnings 1963 February
2/8 3 A note on residual fuel oil imports and national security 1963 March
2/8 4 Further developments on oil in the Common Market–II 1963 March
2/8 5 A review of recent residual import regulations 1963 March
2/8 6 Current developments in US oil markets 1963 April
2/8 7 Memorandum: the Honduran concession 1963 April
2/8 8 Oil trends in the eastern hemisphere 1963 April
2/8 9 OPEC–how has it fared? 1963 June
2/8 10 Main currents in US import policy with a note on the position of Canadian crude in US markets 1963 July
2/8 11 The cost of oil imports to developing countries 1963 August
2/8 12 The role of the Middle East in world oil trade 1963 October
2/8 13 Some considerations for US policy on Soviet trade 1963 October
2/8 14 A note on developments in US oil markets 1963 November
2/8 15 The developing economics of nuclear power 1963 November
2/8 16 Royal Dutch/Shell: a comparative profile 1963 November
2/8 17 A note on recent US oil import regulations 1963 December
3/1 1 OPEC–how has it fared?–a critical analysis of the course followed by the organization from its inception to June 1963 1964 June
3/1 2 OPEC–further developments I, July, 1963 to September, 1964 196 October
3/1 3 OPEC–further developments II–an analysis of the organization’s position following the Royalist’s settlement 1965 March
3/1 4 OPEC–further developments III–an initial analysis of the organization’s proposals for “programming” crude oil production 1965 September
3/2 1 Some further perspectives on foreign oil investments and earnings 1964 February
3/2 2 The changing environment of Venezuelan oil operations 1964 February
3/2 3 An analysis of Venezuelan crude and product prices with special reference to Sinclair Venezuelan sales, 1958-1963 1964 March
3/2 4 Some perspectives on Atlantic’s long-range policy for domestic production 1964 March
3/2 5 Current developments in US oil markets 1964 April
3/2 6 World oil trends and US oil imports, 1954-1963 1964 May
3/2 7 The short-term outlook for foreign oil markets 1964 June
3/2 8 A note on recent US import regulations 1964 July
3/2 9 Some aspects of Commonwealth Oil’s position under the US oil import program 1964 July
3/3 1 Oil in the Common Market further developments–III 1964 August
3/3 2 British Labor party attitudes towards oil 1964 September
3/3 3 Some perspectives on product prices at world export centers–a comparison of the Caribbean and Persian Gulf 1964 September
3/3 4 OPEC–further developments I, July, 1963 to September, 1964 1964 October
3/3 5 Current developments in US oil markets 1964 October
3/3 6 Issues in the US oil import policy–with a note on the position of Canadian crude 1964 November
3/3 7 Prospects for the Alberta-to-Montreal crude oil pipeline 1964 December
3/3 8 Near and long-term outlook for the tar sands 1964 December
3/3 9 The suggestion that CORCO commit itself to petrochemical operations without oil shipments to the US 1964 December
3/3 10 A note on government–industry consultation on western Europe’s oil suppliers 1964 December
3/3 11 The proposal to change Puerto Rican quota allocation regulations 1964 December
3/4 1 Questions arising from “survey of Abadan refinery” in the light of members’ letter of October 16, 1964 1965 January
3/4 2 A note on Canadian production and Canadian national oil policy 1965 January
3/4 3 OPEC on prices in the light of international commodity policy 1965 February
3/4 4 Outline–a study of government policies in support of domestic oil development and foreign oil availability 1965 February
3/4 5 OPEC–further developments II–an analysis of the organization’s position following the Royalist’s settlement 1965 March
3/4 6 Questions relating to Canadian oil imports before US oil hearings, March 10-12, 1965 1965 March
3/4 7 A note on Sunray DX 1965 March
3/4 8 Essential interests of Commonwealth Oil in its future quota position 1965 March
3/4 9 A study of government policies in support of domestic oil development and foreign oil availability 1965 April
3/4 10 A re-appraisal of western Europe’s future energy pattern 1965 April
3/4 11 Some impressions of the Fifth Arab Petroleum Congress (Cairo, March 16-23, 1965) 1965 April
3/4 12 OEP residual review 1965 May
3/4 13 A note on current developments in US oil markets 1965 May
3/5 1 Commonwealth Oil Refining Company, Inc.–current operations and future directions 1965 May
3/5 2 The trend in heavy fuel oil prices in eastern North America 1965 July
3/5 3 Recent trends in new concessions involving partnership with national oil companies 1965 July
3/5 4 Commonwealth Oil Refining Company, Inc.–current operations and future directions 1965 July
3/5 5 Trends in foreign oil markets 1965 August
3/6 1 OPEC–further developments III–an initial analysis of the organization’s proposals for “programming” crude oil production 1965 September
3/6 2 Oil in the Common Markets: further developments–IV 1965 September
3/6 3 Economic aspects of the potential availability of aromatics 1965 September
3/6 4 Economic environment as a factor in aromatics manufacture 1965 September
3/6 5 A note on the Franco-Algerian oil agreement 1965 October
3/6 6 Issues posed in Libya–Marathon’s position and objectives 1965 October
3/6 7 A note on issues at the petrochemical import hearings, October 28-29, 1965 1965 November
3/6 8 Current developments in US oil markets 1965 November
3/6 9 Tentative outline–effects of changing environments on US oil development–domestic crude, foreign crude and oil shale, 1915-1965 1965 November
3/6 10 Tentative outline–changing perspectives of US oil resources, 1923-1948 1965 November
3/6 11 Tentative outline–the current US oil environment, 1949-1965—trends in domestic reserves and producibility as they affect incentives to resource development 1965 November
3/6 12 Tentative outline–the domestic oil environment, 1915-1922–significant factors bearing on potential oil shale development 1965 November
3/6 13 Some first thoughts on Tidewater’s east coast properties 1965 December
3/6 14 On the issue of conversion to Libyan royal decree 1965 December
3/6 15 Tentative outline–the economics and logistics of an embargo on oil and petroleum products for Rhodesia 1965 December
3/6 16 Data needs–the economics and logistics of an embargo on oil and petroleum products for Rhodesia 1965 December
3/6 17 Tentative outline–exploration prospects and incentives–United States and Canada 1965 December
3/6 18 A note on proposed petrochemical quota regulations 1965 December
3/7 1 Government fiscal and financial policies in support of domestic oil development and foreign oil availability

chapter II: US taxation and implications for the oil industry

1966 January
3/7 2 The economics and logistics of an embargo on oil and petroleum products for Rhodesia 1966 February
3/7 3 Recent developments in foreign oil markets 1966 March
3/7 4 OPEC–retrospect and prospect 1966 March
3/7 5 A note on product prices and refinery realizations in the Spanish market 1966 March
3/7 6 Comments on report of the Commission of Enquiry into the marketing of petroleum products in Trinidad and Tobago 1966 March
3/7 7 A note on current trends in US oil markets 1966 April
3/7 8 A note on proposed petrochemical quota regulations 1966 April
3/7 9 A note on proposed petrochemical quota regulations–II 1966 April
3/7 10 Government fiscal and financial policies in support of domestic oil development and foreign oil availability volume III, chapter IV–the fiscal and financial situation of international oil companies domiciled in the United Kingdom 1966 May
3/8 1 Exploration prospects and incentives–United States and Canada 1966 May
3/8 2 A note on the ratio of net income to gross income and the position of Jersey versus Texaco 1966 June
3/8 3 A note on possible trends in US oil imports 1966 August
3/8 4 The current prospects for nuclear power 1966 July
3/8 5 Government fiscal and financial policies in support of domestic oil development and foreign oil availability (+S.A.) 1966 July
3/8 6 Tentative outline–the supply position of foreign naptha through 1980 1966 August
3/8 7 Inner and outer OPEC? current developments as they affect Middle East and other member countries 1966 September
4/1 1 The outlook for Canadian crude production and markets 1966 October
4/1 2 The outlook for Canadian crude production and markets–appendices 1966 October
4/1 3 A note on proposed changes in quota allocation regulations 1966 October
4/1 4 A note on the future North American natural gas balance 1966 October
4/1 5 A note on the concept of small refiners under the oil import program 1966 October
4/1 6 A summary of Venezuelan concessionary terms and tax provisions 1966 November
4/1 7 A note on rules and conditions of service contracts as set out in the report of the National Council on Energy 1966 November
4/1 8 Current developments in US oil markets 1966 November
4/2 1 A comparative analysis of the performance and prospects of six international oil companies 1966
4/2 2 Appendices to above 1966
4/3 1 Economics of the small refinery and its role in domestic industry 1967 January
4/3 2 Short-term price trends in western European oil 1967 January
4/3 3 Concessionary developments–old and new 1967 February
4/3 4 Position and prospects of Gulf oil 1967 March
4/3 5 Notes on world oil prices and intra-corporate transfers 1967 March
4/3 6 The supply position of foreign naptha through 1979 1967 March
4/3 7 The supply position of foreign naptha through 1979 (summary and conclusions) 1967 March
4/4 1 Changing patterns of eastern hemisphere oil demand 1967 April
4/4 2 A note on the sixth Arab Petroleum Congress 1967 April
4/4 3 Current issues in the US oil import program 1967 May
4/4 4 A note on the estimated company net realizations on Middle East crude sales 1967 May
4/4 5 A preliminary evaluation of the supply and balance-of-payments implications of the Middle East crisis 1967 June
4/4 6 Standard Oil (Indiana): performance and prospects 1967 June
4/4 7 1967 supplement: a comparative analysis of the performance and prospects of six international oil companies 1967 July
4/5 1 UK energy policy in a European context 1967 August
4/5 2 Short-term price trends in western European oil 1967 August
4/5 3 The Middle East supply crisis-western European oil import costs and product prices 1967 August
4/5 4 Implications for Puerto Rico and CORCO of proposed changes to oil import program 1967 August
4/5 5 A note on the chemical industry’s import proposal 1967 August
4/5 6 A note on the Libyan crude postings 1967 August
4/5 7 A note on oil import issues with special reference to petrochemical feedstocks 1967 October
4/5 8 The dilemmas of international oil (Walter J. Levy) 1967 October
4/5 9 Draft note on some implications of sterling devaluation for cost-related gas prices in the United Kingdom 1967 December
4/5 10 Economic factors nearing on a cost-related price for UK gas 1967 December
4/5 11 A note on some effects of devaluation on international oil operations 1967 December
4/6 1 Current factors bearing on the competitive and commercial position of Venezuela oil in world markets

part one: import trends and governmental policies in Venezuela’s oil markets

1967 October
4/6 2 Current factors bearing on the competitive and commercial position of Venezuela oil in world markets

part two: the significance of costs and policies for Venezuela’s oil exports

1968 May
4/7 1 Economic factors nearing on a cost-related price for UK gas: a note on North Sea gas development under British and Dutch conditions (S.A.) 1968 January
4/7 2 Pricing of US crude oil imports: an analytical review of arguments 1968 January
4/7 3 Short-term price trends in western European oil (S.A.) 1968 January
4/7 4 A tentative appraisal of the effect of limitations on foreign investments by the US petroleum industry 1968 January
4/7 5 Royal Dutch Petroleum–common stock notes on current investment position 1968 February
4/7 6 Oil import changes and issues 1968 February
4/7 7 Current developments in US oil markets 1968 March
4/7 8 A note on proposed quota auction under US oil import program 1968 April
4/7 9 A note on proposed import regulations for low-sulphur residual 1968 June
4/7 10 Evaluation of Gamba crude for US east coast market 1968 June
4/7 11 The environment of Venezuelan oil importers–II 1968 June
5/1 1 Old concessions and new–II (S.A.) 1968 June
5/1 2 A further note on proposed import regulations for low-sulphur residual 1968 July
5/1 3 US import policy: implications for Canadian export of conventional and tar-sand oil 1968 July
5/1 4 Short-term price trends in western European oil (S.A.) 1968 July
5/1 5 An analysis of Venezuelan crude and product prices with special reference to Sinclair Venezuelan sales, 1964-1967 1968 August
5/1 6 Current position and prospects of Gulf oil 1968 September
5/2 1 The 1967-1968 performance and current prospects of seven major oil companies 1968 September
5/2 2 A note on implications of Alaskan productions 1968 October
5/2 3 A note on sulphur-pollution regulations 1968 October
5/2 4 Future US petroleum requirements and supplies with implications for US Flag oil movements 1968 November
5/2 5 The future of Canadian oil in US markets—with special reference to acceptable volumes and distribution among US refiners 1968 November
5/2 6 Current developments in US oil markets 1968 December
5/2 7 A note on proposed import policy for foreign trade zones 1968 December
5/2 8 A note on import allocations for low-sulphur residual 1968 December
5/3 1 Possible effects of US oil import policy on the Bahama refinery 1969 January
5/3 2 A note on the proposed import quotas for No. 2 oil marketers 1969 February
5/3 3 Factors bearing on possible expansion of Texas Eastern refining capacity 1969 March
5/3 4 An upsurge of incoming production and resulting competitive and concessionary pressures in 1969 1969 March
5/3 5 A further note on implications of North-Slope potential 1969 May
5/3 6 The future of Canadian oil in US markets—with special reference to acceptable volumes and distribution among US refiners 1969 March
5/3 7 North Slope implications 1969 May
5/3 8 Issues of oil import policy 1969 June
5/3 9 The potential roles of Canadian oil and gas, other western hemisphere oil, and eastern hemisphere oil in US markets, 1965-1985 1969 June
5/4 1 North American oil balances in the 1970’s–with special reference to implications of North Slope oil potential 1969 July
5/4 2 Short term price trends in western European oil 1969 July
 

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A comparison of Niarchos and Onassis bids for Greece’s third refinery 1969 August
5/4 4 Performance and current prospects of seven major oil companies, 1968-1969 1969 September
5/4 1 Atlantic Richfield: performance and prospects 1969 October
5/4 2 Possible changes in import restrictions: implications for CORCO operations 1969 October
5/4 3 Implications of North Slope for North American oil 1969 November
5/4 4 Some implications of future North American gas balances 1969 November
5/4 5 A comparative evaluation of major concessionary arrangements now in effect 1969 November
5/4 6 Issues of oil import policy–II: is a tariff system practicable? 1969 December
5/4 7 British Petroleum and Sohio: performance and prospect 1969 December
5/5 1 Economic considerations for Alaska’s future oil and gas leasing policy 1970 February
5/5 2 Economic considerations bearing on valuation of Alaskan crude oil and state policy on pipeline 1970 December
5/6 1 Economic considerations 1970 January
5/6 2 Short term price trends in west European oil 1970 March
5/6 3 Limitations on oil imports from Canada 1970 March
5/6 4 Proposed severance tax legislation discussions with Senate Resources Committee, April 16, 1970 1970 April
5/6 5 Issues of oil import policy–III an evaluation of the Cabinet Task Force report 1970 May
5/6 6 A note on implications for Alaska of the Cabinet Task Force report on oil import control 1970 June
5/6 7 A further review of Cirillo Bros. Bahaman refinery proposal 1970 July
5/6 8 A note on medium-term prospects in the tanker market 1970 August
5/6 9 Short term price trends in west European oil 1970 September
6/1 1 Performance and current prospects of seven major oil companies 1969-1970 1970 July
6/2 1 British Petroleum and Sohio: performance and prospects 1969-1970 1970 October
6/2 2 A note on Gulf’s performance and prospects 1970 October
6/2 3 Atlantic Richfield: performance and prospects 1969-1970 1970 November
6/3 1 Short term price trends in west European oil 1971 January
6/3 2 Reply to Alaska pipeline questions 1971 February
6/3 3 Notes to tables 1971 May
6/3 4 A note on potential US gas markets 1971 April
6/3 5 A note on potential US LNG imports 1971 April
6/3 6 Memorandum of agreement (April 22, 1971 draft) 1971 April
6/3 7 A note on desulphurization costs 1971 May
6/3 8 Notes to tables 1971 May
6/3 9 Panarctic: future directions 1971 May
6/3 10 Aftermath of the OPEC settlements 1971 May
6/3 11 Possible price implications of recent increases of government take (S.A.) 1971 May
6/3 12 A note on profits tax question 1971 June
6/3 13 Hudson’s Bay Oil and Gas Company Ltd: performance and prospects 1971 June
6/3 14 Some implications of OPEC settlements 1971 June
6/3 15 First thoughts on energy policy in an enlarged European community (S.A.) 1971 June
6/4 1 Outlook for light petrochemical feedstocks for Caribbean processing 1971 July
6/4 2 Concession terms around the North Sea (S.A.) 1971 July
6/4 3 Performance and current prospects of six major oil companies 1971 August
6/4 4 A note on oil implications of currency changes 1971 August
6/4 5 Short term price trends in west European oil (S.A.) 1971 August
6/5 1 Future product supplies for Farmers Union 1971 September
6/5 2 A note on Gulf’s performance and prospects 1970-1971 1971 September
6/5 3 Performance and current prospects 1970-1971 (volumes I-III) 1971 October
6/5 4 Physical profile of major US Gulf refiners 1971 November
6/5 5 A supplementary note on Texaco’s full-coat accounting 1971 November
6/5 6 A note on seasonal fluctuations in propane prices 1971 November
6/5 7 Some comments on proposed Panarctic Syndicate No. 2 1971 December
6/5 8 Grace’s Libyan position 1971 December
6/6 1 A preliminary note on the participation issue 1972 January
6/6 2 A note on termination of the Venezuelan trade agreement 1972 January
6/6 3 The foreign oil environment of the Seventies: implications for corporate planning(highlights) 1972 January
6/6 4 OPEC’s participation thrust: what policies for companies and western governments? 1972 February
6/6 5 Short term price trends in west European oil (S.A.) 1972 March
6/6 6 Potential low-sulphur oil supplies from Pertamina 1972 March
6/6 7 Trends in diesel fuel prices in eastern Canada 1972 March
6/6 8 The foreign oil environment of the Seventies: implications for corporate planning 1972 March
6/6 9 Summary review of Occidental’s prospects 1972 May
6/6 10 The OPEN ultimatum for participation–the issues raised and suggestions for a company response 1972 May
6/7 1 A note on contracting for foreign crude supplies 1972 June
6/7 2 Energy consumption in western Europe to 1985 1972 June
6/7 3 Impressions after OPEC 1972 July
6/7 4 Panarctic: future directions 1972 July
6/7 5 A note on fuel oil contract escalation 1972 August
6/7 6 A note on future trends in crude oil prices 1972 August
7/1 1 Performance and current prospects of six major oil companies 1971-1972 a comparative analysis (summary) 1972 September
7/1 2 Performance and current prospects of six major oil companies 1971-1972 1972 September
7/1 3 Performance and current prospects of six major oil companies 1971-1972 (appendix) 1972 September
7/2 1 Some comments on proposed fuel oil contract October 6, 1972 draft 1972 October
7/2 2 Short term price trends in west European oil (S.A.) 1972 October
7/2 3 Some questions on expansion of the Laurel refinery 1972 October
7/2 4 A further note on North Sea economics 1972 November
7/2 5 Performance and current prospects 1971-1972 (volumes I-III) 1972 December
7/3 1 Participation and prices (S.A.) 1973 January
2 Emerging North American oil balances: considerations relevant to a tar sands development policy 1973 February
7/3 3 Appendices to above 1973 February
7/3 4 Diversification into North American oil and gas operations 1973 February
7/3 5 Relative availability and pricing of high sulphur residual versus high sulphur crude oil 1973 March
7/3 6 The national interest in North Slope oil and gas 1973 March
7/3 7 A note on the availability and pricing of distillates 1973 April
7/3 8 Essentials of an energy import policy 1973 April
7/3 9 A note on trends in foreign crude oil prices 1973 April
7/3 10 Projections of oil balances for Districts V and II 1973 April
7/3 11 Some comments on alternative North Slope pipeline routes 1973 April
7/3 12 Some comments on the Arthur D. Little report for NCRA 1973 April
7/3 13 Short term price trends in west European oil 1973 May
7/3 14 A note on Saudi Arabian natural gas 1973 May
7/3 14 A special place for Saudi Arabia (S.A.) 1973 May
7/3 16 A note on the new US oil import program 1973 May
7/3 17 Implications for the new US oil import program I–the near term 1973 May
7/4 1 A note on the market, buy-back prices and postings (S.A.) 1973 June
7/4 2 Oil diplomacy: the new agenda (S.A.) 1973 June
7/4 3 Performance and current prospects of six major oil companies 1972-1973–a comparative analysis 1973 September
7/4 4 New priorities in oil bargaining 1973 September
7/4 5 The energy issue–Why? How long? Policy implications? 1973 September
7/5 1 Higher profit expectations for the North Sea? (S.A.) 1973 October
7/5 2 A note on current fuel oil contract pricing 1973 October
7/5 3 Government crude pricing spreads to the Gulf 1973 November
7/5 4 Performance and current prospects 1972-1973 (volumes I-III) 1973 December
7/5 5 Economic considerations relevant to Canadian oil policy 1973 December
7/6 1 Implications of exploding world oil costs 1974 January
7/6 2 A note on world energy balances to 1985 1974 January
7/6 3 A high-sulphur residual fuel oil price in Indonesia 1974 January
7/6 4 An analytical framework for pricing of high-sulphur residual in eastern Canada 1974 February
7/6 5 Implications of world oil austerity 1974 February
7/6 6 Boundaries for bilateral oil? (S.A.) 1974 March
7/6 7 Short term price trends in west European oil 1974 March
7/6 8 A note on foreign and domestic crude price trends 1974 April
7/6 9 A note on implications of Suez/Sumed for a Puerto Rican refinery/port complex 1974 May
7/6 10 A note on US energy balances and price relationships through 1976 1974 May
7/6 11 After the crisis: an early look at US oil and energy balances through 1976 1974 June
7/6 12 A further note on a high-sulphur residual fuel oil price in Indonesia 1974 June
7/6 13 Some notes on Indonesian exploration 1974
7/6 14 A high-sulphur residual fuel oil price in Guatemala 1974 July
7/6 15 Foreign crude price uncertainties 1974 July
7/7 1 Future west coast crude values 1974 August
7/7 2 Alaska’s interest in natural gas and a gas pipeline 1974 August
7/7 3 The implications for foreign oil prices of changing world oil balances and OPEC price/production policies 1974 August
7/7 4 Some notes on crude oil supplies 1974 September
7/7 5 The impact of exploding oil costs on the world financial and economic system (Walter J. Levy) 1974 September
7/7 6 Performance and current prospects of six major oil companies 1973-1974–a comparative analysis (vols. I-III) (confidential) 1974 October
8/1 1 A note on the investment climate in Indonesia 1974 October
8/1 2 Changes in the world oil environment–with special reference to tanker operations 1974 October
8/1 3 US energy balances through 1985 1974 October
8/1 4 A note on future trends in US crude oil and natural gas prices 1974 November
8/1 5 A supplementary note on future trends in US energy prices 1974 November
8/1 6 Oil on new terms (summary for Mobile) 1974
8/1 7 Oil on new terms (S.A.) 1974 December
8/1 8 A note on feedstock costs in Puerto Rico 1974 December
8/1 9 Performance and current prospects 1973-1974 (Atlantic Richfield, Standard Oil (Indiana), Standard Oil (Ohio), British Petroleum (confidential) 1974 December
8/2 1 Examples of contractor’s returns under Indonesian production-sharing contract on 1,000 barrels production at a price of $12.60 1975 January
8/2 2 Refining in the Bahamas 1975 February
8/2 3 Burmah tankers’ transshipment operations in the Bahamas 1975 March
8/2 4 Easier terms in the North Sea (S.A.) 1975 March
8/2 5 A note on Alaska’s gross production tax 1975 May
8/2 6 Issues of US oil policy: prices, profits and taxation 1975 May
8/2 7 Possible directions of US oil price and import policy 1975 May
8/2 8 The future OPEC accumulation of oil money: a critical analysis of current assumptions (S.A.) 1975 May
8/2 9 The world oil environment—still in the throes of change (Milton Lipton) 1975 June
8/2 10 Selected tables US energy balances, 1973-1974 1975 June
8/3 1 Production sharing versus participation (S.A.) 1975 September
8/3 2 Some comments on three fuel oil supply proposals for Exmibal’s Guatemalan project 1975 September
8/3 3 Selected oil companies: performance and current prospects 1974-1975 (volumes I and II) (confidential) 1975 September
8/3 4 Saudis and OPEC pricing (S.A.) 1975 November
8/3 5 Gulf Oil Corporation 1975 December
8/3 6 The value of Algerian crude oil in the first half of 1974 1975 December
8/3 7 A note on major world crude oil in the first half of 1974 1975 December
8/3 8 A note on US District V oil and energy balances 1975 December
8/3 9 How much nuclear power in 1985? (S.A.) 1975 December
8/4 1 The value of Algerian crude oil in the second quarter of 1974 1976 March
8/4 2 A note on the position of Indonesian oil in the US market 1976 March
8/4 3 A note on western Canadian petrochemical and refinery projects 1976 March
8/4 4 Participation–British style (S.A.) 1976 March
8/4 5 A note on Carbide’s petroleum coke project 1976 April
8/4 6 A note on some issues in world oil 1976 April
8/4 7 Statistical summary of discussions, April 8-9, 1976 1976 April
8/4 8 A note on proposed changes in Alaska’s gross production tax 1976 April
8/4 9 Valuation of crude for fiscal purposes in north west Europe (S.A.) 1976 May
8/4 10 Prospects for world coal up to 1985 (S.A.) 1976 May
8/4 11 OPEC in the medium-term (S.A.) 1976 June
8/4 12 Alternative for US refiners importing Canadian crude (summary) 1976 June
8/5 1 The UK petroleum review tax 1976 July
8/5 2 US energy balances through 1985 1976 July
8/5 3 World energy balances through 1985 1976 July
8/5 4 Saudi Arabia’s approaching choice (S.A.) 1976 July
8/5 5 Alternatives for US refiners importing Canadian crude 1976 July
8/5 6 An assessment of US energy policy 1976 August
8/5 7 A note on the prospects for Indonesian crude in northern tier US refining centers 1976 August
8/5 8 Oil and north-south “dialogues” 1976 September
8/5 9 Comments by Irving Trust on “Saudi Arabia’s approaching choice” 1976 September
8/5 10 A note on trends in foreign oil price 1976 November
8/5 11 A note on Sohio submission one 1976 November
8/5 12 A note on Sun’s Puerto Rican refinery 1976 November
8/5 13 The scope for international gas trade (S.A.) 1976 November
8/5 14 The outlook for foreign oil prices to 1985 1976 December
8/5 15 Approaches to corporate income taxation of oil industry operations in Australia 1976 December
8/5 16 Factors bearing on foreign oil price trends to 1985 1976 December
8/6 1 Whither OPEC pricing? 1977 January
8/6 2 Exploration and development incentives: implications of increasing costs and changing host government terms 1977 January
8/6 3 A preliminary note on the outlook for fuel oil balances in Florida 1977 February
8/6 4 A preliminary note on the competitive effect of Prudhoe Bay crude on the west coast 1977 February
8/6 5 The national energy plan: new directions for critical policies 1977 May
8/6 6 Gulf oil–an outline of considerations relevant to its performance 1977 June
8/6 7 World oil balances in the mid-80’s 1977 June
8/6 8 Implications of the national energy plan for heavy fuel oil balances/prices 1977 June
8/6 9 A note on the revised Canadian land regulations 1977 June
8/6 10 Competitive considerations for Indonesian oil 1977 June
8/6 11 The competitive effect of Prudhoe Bay crude on the west coast 1977 June
8/7 1 Critical choices for national energy policy 1977 July
8/7 2 Some observations on US residual requirements and refinery balances 1977 September
8/7 3 The future oil environment: implications for exploration and producing operations 1977 October
8/7 4 North Sea financing–the first five years (S.A.) 1977 October
8/7 5 The outlook for availability and price of diesel fuel in the United States 1977 October
8/7 6 A note on implications of North Slope production for Indonesian crude exports to the US west coast 1977 November
8/7 7 The near-term outlook for petroleum demand in District V 1977 December
8/7 8 The outlook for world LPG trade 1977 December
8/7 9 The outlook for alternative fuels to meet proposed rule 1109 1977 December
8/7 10 A note on a contract for petroleum services in the Dominican Republic 1977 December
8/8 1 A note on exploration expectations and expropriation insurance 1978 January
8/8 2 Some notes on CORCO’s competitive position in mainland markets 1978 January
8/8 3 A note on Indonesian crude exports to the US west coast through 1980 1978 January
8/8 4 A note on a contract for petroleum operations in the Dominican Republic 1978 January
8/8 5 A note on proposed changes in Alaska’s oil production tax 1978 March
8/8 6 Changing perspectives on future US natural gas balances 1978 March
8/8 7 A note on markets for eastern Canadian residual fuel oil 1978 May
8/8 8 A note on the role of Canadian gas in future US natural gas balances 1978 May
8/8 9 A note on possible deliveries of North Slope crude to Japan 1978 May
8/8 10 The petrodollar problem revisited 1978 June
8/8 11 Notes on US methanol markets 1978 June
8/8 12 A note on alternative fuel supplies to meet proposed rule 1109 1978 June
8/8 13 Reprise: the competitive effect of Prudhoe Bay crude on the west coast 1978 June
8/8 14 A note on Indonesian exploration incentives 1978 July
8/8 15 A note on the near-term outlook for US residual fuel oil markets 1978 July
8/8 16 World energy balances in the 1980’s 1978 August
9/1 1 A note on the impact of new Alaskan and Mexican energy supplies on Indonesian oil 1978 October
9/1 2 Canadian gas and North America energy balances: market prospects and public policies 1978 October
9/1 3 Summary of changes in entitlements program for residual fuel oil marketed on the US east coast 1978 October
9/1 4 The potential impact of recent changes in Britain’s North Sea licensing policy 1978 October
9/1 5 The outlook for US oil and gas pricing and taxation of producing profits 1978 November
9/1 6 A note on host government and foreign contractor relationships in exploration and development of petroleum resources 1978 November
9/1 7 Aide-memoire–alternative adjustments of Indonesian marker crude differential 1978 November
9/1 8 Aide-memoire–Edmonton discussion, November 10, 1978 1978 November
9/1 9 A note on comparative economics of discounted fuel oil exports 1978 November
9/1 10 The years that the locust hath eaten: oil policy and OPEC development prospects 1978 December
9/1 11 Notes on the outlook for LPG markets and prices 1978 December
9/2 1 What price domestic crude? 1979 January
9/2 2 A note on tanker transport costs 1979 January
9/2 3 OPEC crude oil prices, 1971-1978 1979 February
9/2 4 A note on current oil balances and price implications 1979 March
9/2 5 A note on rising crude prices and Indonesian exploration incentives 1979 April
9/2 6 The future of foreign exploration 1979 April
9/2 7 A comparison of exploration arrangements in selected countries 1979 May
9/3 1 Tables for Inco 1979 June
9/3 2 World energy outlook 1979 June
9/3 3 Implications of Carter’s energy program for Indonesian exports 1979 July
9/3 4 Aide-memoire–perspectives on crude pricing into the 1980’s, discussion with Norcen Resources, Toronto, July 17, 1979 1979 July
9/3 5 Exploration study 1979 August
9/3 6 A note on selected energy questions 1979 August
9/3 7 OPEC after Iran–its policy alternatives in the medium term 1979 August
9/3 8 Tables for Inco 1979 August
9/3 9 Tables and appendix for Inco 1979 September
9/3 10 Prospects for US crude oil and natural gas prices and taxes. 1980-1985 1979 October
9/3 11 Ontario Hydro’s fuel oil alternatives in the short term 1979 October
9/3 12 The outlook for exploration and development in the North Sea under the Conservative government 1979 November
9/3 13 Tables and appendix for Inco 1979 December
9/3 14 Alaska’s petroleum and its people, some perspectives on oil and gas policy 1979 December
9/3 15 Strategies for ensuring availability of fuel 1979 December
9/4 1 Updates of prospects for US crude oil and natural gas prices and taxes, 1980-1985 1980 January
9/4 2 Aide-memoire–considerations nearing on Ontario Hydro’s short-term fuel oil strategy 1980 January
9/4 3 Aide-memoire–conversations with H.E. Dr. Subroto, Gen. Piet Haryono, Gozali and Associates, January 14-18, 1980 1980 February
9/4 4 A market price for residual fuel oil on the west coast 1980 February
9/4 5 The impact of OPEC members’ crude oil sales policies on the future oil market 1980 March
9/4 6 Recycling surplus petrodollars via internationally issued index energy bonds 1980 March
9/4 7 Appendix–analysis and assumptions underlying the projections of cost of residual fuel to Exmibal and Pt Inco, March, 1980 1980 March
9/4 8 Tentative outline–the outlook for world crude oil markets 1980 April
9/4 9 A note on Indonesian production-sharing contracts and incentives for deepwater petroleum operations 1980 April
9/4 10 The energy outlook 1980 May
9/4 11 A note on availability of crude oil to Petrosar 1980 May
9/4 12 Oil and the decline of the west 1980 May
9/4 13 The outlook for world crude oil markets 1980 May
9/4 14 Changing perspectives on the Alaskan Highway natural gas pipeline 1980 May
9/4 15 Incentives for deepwater petroleum operations 1980 June
9/4 16 World energy picture 1980 June
9/4 17 Aide-memoire–conversations with H.E. Dr. Subroto, Gen. Piet Haryono, Gozali and Associates, May 26-30, 1980 1980 June
9/4 18 Tentative outline–the potential for oil supply disruptions and the outlook for oil/coal price relationships 1980 June
9/4 19 Appendix–analysis and assumptions underlying the projections of cost of residual fuel to Exmibal and Pt Inco, June, 1980 1980 June
9/4 20 The outlook for OPEC pricing policy 1980 June
9/5 1 A note on the market for distillate oils in Ontario 1980 August
9/5 2 Some observations on Prudhoe natural gas and NGL for Alaskan petrochemical development 1980 August
9/5 3 Industrial energy—rising prices, declining demand 1980 August
9/5 4 A note on availability and price of alternative feedstocks for expanded ethylene capacity 1980 September
9/5 5 Appendix–analysis and assumptions underlying the projections of cost of residual fuel to Exmibal and Pt Inco, September, 1980 1980 September
9/5 6 The potential for oil supply disruptions and the outlook for oil/coal price relationships 1980 October
9/5 7 Price projections for Kernridge crude oils 1980 November
9/5 8 Comparative analysis of exploration arrangements in selected countries 1980 November
9/5 9 The outlook for the crude oil market in 1981 1980 December
9/5 10 Appendix–analysis and assumptions underlying the projections of cost of residual fuel to Exmibal and Pt Inco, December, 1980 1980 December
9/5 11 Crude oil prices in the 1980’s 1980 December
9/6 1 A note on Mexican oil and gas potential 1981 January
9/6 2 A note on the market for distillate oils in Quebec and the United States 1981 January
9/6 3 Crude pride decontrol–what it will mean for competitive capabilities in the US refining industry 1981 January
9/6 4 Crude pride decontrol–what it will mean for competitive capabilities in the US refining industry summary 1981 January
9/6 5 A note on crude oil price decontrol 1981 February
9/6 6 Aide-memoire–conversations with H.E. Dr. Subroto, Gen. Piet Haryono, Gozali and Associates, February 9-13, 1981 1981 March
9/6 7 Table–Alaskan North Slope taxations, impact of deductible WPT and increase in severance tax rate 1981 March
9/6 8 Appendix–analysis and assumptions underlying the projections of cost of residual fuel to Exmibal and Pt Inco, March, 1981 1981 March
9/6 9 Oil stockpiling: policies and problems 1981 April
9/6 10 UK North Sea tax change 1981 April
9/6 11 Outline for discussion–alternatives for transportation and disposition of Prudhoe Bay gas 1981 April
9/6 12 Working outline–trends in crude quality availabilities: implications for Tesoro’s Alaskan refinery 1981 April
9/6 13 Future directions for US natural gas pricing policy 1981 May
9/6 14 A note on SS HB 200 1981 June
9/6 15 Tesoro’s Alaskan refinery, what are viable options? 1981 June
9/6 16 Oil: an agenda for the 1980’s 1981 June
9/6 17 International coal trade during the next two decades 1981 June
9/6 18 Appendix–analysis and assumptions underlying the projections of cost of residual fuel to Exmibal and Pt Inco, June, 1981 1981 June
9/6 19 Letter to the Honorable Jay S. Hammond on thoughts on the oil tax bill (FCCS SB 524) 1981 July
9/6 20 Long-term fuel supply for Lennox 1981 June
9/6 21 Letter to Mr. James V. Doyle on views on the question of disposal of the residual fuel oil in storage at Lennox 1981 June
9/6 22 A note on fuel supply proposals 1981 June
9/6 23 The outlook after Geneva 1981 September
9/6 24 Appendix–analysis and assumptions underlying the projections of cost of residual fuel to Exmibal and Pt Inco, September, 1981 1981 September
9/6 25 UK North Sea petroleum taxation: tax practice and oil policy–alternatives to the present structure 1981 September
9/6 26 UK North Sea petroleum taxation: tax practice and oil policy 1981 September
9/6 27 North Slope crude-to-Japan revisited 1981 October
9/6 28 The US east coast /Caribbean low-sulphur residual fuel market 1981 October
9/6 29 Letter to Mr. Paul Precht on projections of foreign crude landed in Montreal 1981 October
9/6 30 Aide-memoire–discussions of US gas balances and Canadian export prospects with Premier Lougheed, N.Y. 1981 October
9/6 31 Letter to Mr. James M. Clabby on thoughts in the timing of Power Authority efforts to secure additional term contract supplies of low-sulphur residual fuel oil 1981 November
9/6 32 Telex to Maraven Caracas, some comments on the ADL study re Maraven international marketing strategy 1981 November
9/6 33 The great Canadian compromise 1981 December
9/6 34 The short-term outlook for oil demand 1981 December
9/6 35 Appendix–analysis and assumptions underlying the projections of cost of residual fuel to Exmibal and Pt Inco, December, 1981 1981 December
9/7 1 Corporate strategy for exploration: common tracks and contrasts 1982 January
9/7 2 Aide-memoire–discussion with Norcen Energy Resources, Ltd. on the outlook for world oil prices Calgary 1982 January
9/7 3 A note on the energy aspects of an oil import fee 1982 February
9/7 4 Future LPG markets–summary–draft for discussion only 1982 February
9/7 5 OPEC’s long-term pricing strategy 1982 February
9/7 6 Declining oil prices: self-fulfilling prophecy or self-correcting process? 1982 March
9/7 7 Tables–OPEC marker and #2 heating oil prices, US estimated average refinery margins and US average wholesale petroleum product prices for Republic 1982 March
9/7 8 Appendix–analysis and assumptions underlying the projections of cost of residual fuel under the Exmibal and Pt Inco purchase contracts, March 1982 1982 March
9/7 9 A new look at world LPG trade 1982 April
9/7 10 World oil perspectives as from April 13, 1982 1982 April
9/7 11 Oil import fees revisited 1982 April
9/7 12 Aide-memoire–comparative gas prices and competitive ammonia supplies, discussion with Noranda Mines 1982 March
9/7 13 Aide-memoire–oil availability and prices during supply disruptions, discussions with Power Authority 1982 April
9/7 14 International marketing of Venezuelan oil–an integrated approach to strategy selection–notes for discussion for Maraven S.A. 1982 May
9/7 15 A note on long-term strategy for Venezuelan VHC 1982 May
9/7 16 Aide-memoire–future bunker “C” fuel oil prices in the maritime provinces of Canada 1982 May
9/7 17 A further update on the market for Ontario distillate oils in 1980 1982 June
9/7 18 Notes on natural gas supply and demand in the Republic of China 1982 June
9/7 19 Appendix–analysis and assumptions underlying the projections of cost of residual fuel under the Exmibal, June 1982 1982 June
9/7 20 On the PASA arbitration 1982 July
9/7 21 The oil price outlook as from July 15. 1982 1982 July
9/7 22 The market for Ontario distillate oils in 1980 1982 July
9/7 23 Portents of July, OPEC’s falling out; Iran’s incursion 1982 July
9/7 24 A note on US refinery margins 1982 July
9/7 25 The implications of the softening oil market for OPEC and the west 1982 August
9/7 26 1982 gas price Arbitration, Cooper Basin Gas Producers statement by Richard F. Kilgore 1982 August
9/7 27 A note on energy conservation in the industrial sector 1982 August
9/7 28 Downstream performance: A comparison Among US, UK, France and Germany 1982 August
9/7 29 Appendix–Analysis and Assumptions underlying the projections of cost of residual fuel under the Exmibal, September 1982 1982 September
9/7 30 OPEC in the middle of a Middle East maelstrom 1982 September
9/7 31 Energy efficiency in manufacturing industries: Another look 1982 October
9/7 32 The market price of UK North Sea crude oil in the second week of March, 1982 1982 October
9/7 33 Looking shortly ahead 1982 October
9/7 34 The market for Ontario distillate oils in 1981 draft subject to revision 1982 November
9/7 35 Letter to M. Francois reviewing the W.J. outlook 1982 November
9/7 36 Letter and draft to Mr. John Rees on the BNOC pricing mechanism in Armada’s filings 1982 November
9/7 37 A note on Indonesian crude oil prices 1982 November
9/7 38 A note on BNOC, Britoil, and North Sea crude pricing 1982 November
9/7 39 US natural gas balances and Canadian export prospects (outline) 1982 December
10/1 1 Another perspective on North American natural gas balances and prices 1983 January
10/1 2 A new perspective on US natural gas 1983 January
10/1 3 The outlook for crude oil prices: OPEC’s déjà vu 1983 January
10/1 4 US natural gas balances and Canada’s export prospects 1983 January
10/1 5 A note on price discounting of OPEC crudes 1983 January
10/1 6 US natural gas balances and Canada’s export prospects 1983 January
10/1 7 The near-term outlook for crude oil prices 1983 February
10/1 8 Projections of Sarnia crude costs 1983 February
10/1 9 A note on NEPCO’s damage claim under the PASNY/NEPCO fuel oil contract, 1980-1981 1983 February
10/1 10 In the matter of an Agreement between the Cooper Basin Gas Producers and Australian Gas Light Company (1982 Arbitration) 1983 February
10/1 11 The 75-percent cap on Canadian oil prices 1983 February
10/1 12 Crude and product price differentials in the Singapore market, 1983-93 1983 March
10/1 13 The outlook for world crude oil prices and Canadian domestic oil and export gas prices 1983 March
10/1 14 The energy environment over the next five years 1983 April
10/1 15 The energy environment over the next ten years 1983 April
10/1 16 Weakened world oil prices: repercussions and implications 1983 May
10/1 17 Views on the settlement of NEPCO’s damage claim under the PASNY/NEPCO fuel oil contract, 1980-1981 1983 May
10/1 18 The energy environment over the next ten years 1983 June
10/1 19 The near-term outlook for petroleum prices in Toronto 1983 June
10/1 20 US crude oil windfall profit tax: where it stands and implications 1983 June
10/1 21 Canada’s Amendment to the 1981 energy Agreement 1983 July
10/1 22 A note on comparative valuation of Libyan crudes 1983 September
10/1 23 Some thoughts on pricing of Canadian natural gas exports 1983 October
10/1 24 Perspectives on Mobil’s Libyan margins and returns 1983 October
10/1 25 Some observations on Alaska’s petroleum taxation 1983 November
10/1 26 A note on Alternatives for Alaska royalty oil 1983 November
10/1 27 Update of crude and product price differentials in the Singapore market, 1984-94 1983 December
10/1 28 Perspectives on Mobil’s Libyan producing margins 1983 December
10/2 1 US crude price reductions: A premonition? 1984 January
10/2 2 A note on Shell’s ANS crude price posting 1984 January
10/2 3 North American natural gas balances with special reference to Canadian export prospects and prices 1984 March
10/2 4 North American natural gas outlook: supply balances, US import and Canadian export policies 1984 April
10/2 5 A note on the market for Indonesian LSWR 1984 May
10/2 6 A note on valuation of Prudhoe natural gas 1984 May
10/2 7 Escalation of Persian Gulf hostilities 1984 May
10/2 8 Trends in Availability of carbon black feedstocks in North America 1984 May
10/2 9 An overview of the US oil and gas producing industry 1984 May
10/2 10 A note on future sources of world oil 1984 June
10/2 11 Trends in US product requirements and refinery operations 1984 June
10/2 12 A note on future sources of world oil 1984 June
10/2 13 OPEC’s holding Action: but will oil prices hold? 1984 June
10/2 14 The outlook for LSWR spot prices through 1985 1984 August
10/2 15 Recent residual fuel and crude oil price relationships: An Anomaly or new trend 1984 September
10/2 16 A natural gas/energy overview 1984 October
10/2 17 Future availability of low-sulphur fuel oil to Southern California Edison 1984 October
10/2 18 Industrial energy conservation: An update 1984 October
10/2 19 A prospectus for a multi-client study n interfuel competition in under-the-boiler markets: outlook for competitive fuel inputs and comparative fuel prices 1984 November
10/2 20 OPEC’s defensive Actions: can members establish production discipline 1984 November
10/2 21 The outlook for North American natural gas 1984 November
10/2 22 North American natural gas balances and Canadian export prospects: An update 1984 December
10/3 1 A note on the outlook for the butadiene market 1985 February
10/3 2 Outlook for oil prices 1985 February
10/3 3 OPEC: impotent or resolute? 1985 February
10/3 4 The circumstances of Pilot Petroleum in the US west coast oil trade 1985 February
10/3 5 Trends in Availability of feedstocks for western European carbon black operations 1985 February
10/3 6 North American natural gas balances and Canadian export policies 1985 March
10/3 7 Views on the fall in world oil prices for Southern California Edison operations 1985 March
10/3 8 North American natural gas outlook: supply balances and trade prospects updated 1985 March
10/3 9 Indicators on the natural gas situation in the US and Canada 1985 May
10/3 10 Trends in Availability of feedstocks for western European carbon black operations 1985 May
10/3 11 Comments on excerpts, Gabon draft brief 1985 May
10/3 12 The international spot market 1985 May
10/3 13 A note on BNOC’s dissolution 1985 June
10/3 14 Response to SOC damage claims and accompanying calculations 1985 June
10/3 15 Future bunker “C” fuel oil prices in the maritime provinces of Canada 1985 June
10/3 16 The international oil industry: changes in the oil market (presentation by Richard F. Kilgore) 1985 July
10/3 17 China’s energy economy: a visitor’s observations 1985 July
10/3 18 Can OPEC continue to brake the fall in oil prices 1985 July
10/3 19 Canadian crude pricing and production after deregulation 1985 August
10/3 20 A US oil import fee: has the cat yet another life? 1985 August
10/3 21 A note on potential Cook Inlet crude sales to Japan 1985 September
10/3 22 World oil balances–At what price? 1985 October
10/3 23 The role of natural gas in world energy markets (summary) 1985 October
10/3 24 A note on the market potential for British Columbia natural gas 1985 November
10/3 25 The market for Ontario distillate oils in 1981 1985 November
10/3 26 OPEC’s new policy–what has really changed? 1985 December
10/3 27 Comments on “marketing of Petrosar Middle Distillate Co. products” 1985 December
10/4 1 An Analysis of FERC order 436 1986 January
10/4 2 Outline of evidence [Richard F. Kilgore] 1986 January
10/4 3 The outlook for world oil balances and prices through 1991 1986 January
10/4 4 The outlook for natural gas prices in Alberta 1986 January
10/4 5 A note on the outlook for oil prices and import fees 1986 February
10/4 6 Bunker “C” fuel oil and diesel prices in the maritime provinces of Canada: An update 1986 March
10/4 7 Financial and economic implications of the energy markets 1986 March
10/4 8 World oil between OPEC’s meetings 1986 April
10/4 9 World oil balances and prices through 1992: reaction to oil price collapse (special–Maraven) 1986 May
10/4 10 World oil balances and prices through 1995: reaction to oil price collapse (special–Tokyo gas) 1986 May
10/4 11 A US oil import fee: exemption  for Canadian exports? 1986 May
10/4 12 The pricing of Canadian crude in Chicago Montreal refining centers 1986 May
10/4 13 World oil balances and prices through 1995: reflections following upon recent oil price collapse 1986 May
10/4 14 Apparently points of contention between W.J. Levy Consultants and SOC experts 1986 May
10/4 15 OPEC’s continuing dilemma 1986 May
10/4 16 The North American petroleum environment: strategic perspectives as from 1900 1986 July
10/4 17 Impact of major US oil company budget cuts on industry operations 1986 July
10/4 18 The world oil environment of the nineties and beyond 1986 July
10/4 19 An outsider’s view of OPEC’s midsummer meeting 1986 July
10/4 20 Future Availability and price of residual fuel oil for INCO’s  Sudbury operations (special–INCO) 1986 August
10/4 21 For OPEC: A pricing policy that correlates with reestablished production control 1986 August
10/4 22 Future residual fuel oil demand and pricing (special – Maraven) 1986 September
10/4 23 Future trends in residual fuel oil demand and prices 1986 September
10/4 24 How will OPEC cope? An uncertain outlook for world oil prices [for seminar on: “coping with OPEC” corporate impact and strategies] 1986 October
10/4 25 A revised outlook on trends in US product requirements and refinery operations 1986 October
10/4 26 An update on the outlook for carbon black feedstocks in North America 1986 October
10/4 27 OPEC Again buys time: but at what price? 1986 November

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