World energy demands and the Middle East / Middle East Institute.
By: Middle East Institute (Washington, D.C.) | The 26th Annual Conference of The Middle East Institute, September 29-30, 1972 (Washington, D.C.)
Contributor(s): Middle East Institute (Washington, D.C.)Material type: TextPublisher: Washington, D.C. : Middle East Institute, 1972Description: 2 v. in 1 (105, 57 p.) : ill. ; 28 cmSubject(s): Energy resources -- Congresses | Petroleum industry and trade -- Middle East -- Congresses | Middle East -- Politics and government -- Congresses | Middle East -- Foreign relations -- CongressesLOC classification: DS 42 .M6 no.26 Online resources: Read it in our collection
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Parts I and II (of II parts) bound together in one volume.
Pt. I --- Keynote Address: The Middle East and World Energy (A.J. Meyer) -- Panel I: Pressures of Energy Demands on resources -- Survey of World Energy resources -- Fossil Fuels -- Alternative Sources of Energy -- Panel II: Prospects for Cooperation between Oil Producers, Marketers, and Consumers: the issue of participation and after -- Evolving relationships among the Oil Companies, the Oil Producing Governments, and the Major Consumers: Confrontation or Cooperation? -- Prospects for Cooperation between Oil Producers, Marketers, and Consumers: the issue of participation and after.
Pt II --- Politics of Oil Demand and Supply -- Banquet Address (Christian A. Herter, Jr.) -- The Economic and Political Impact of Oil upon the Middle East and North Africa -- Preparing for Economic Diversification and Strength: internal, political, economic, and social strategies -- Oil Haves and Have-Nots: their relative development -- Concluding Address (Charles Issawi) -- Program.