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U.S. vulnerability to an oil import curtailment
1984 by Congress of the U.S., Office of Technology Assessment in Washington, D.C .
Written in English
|Other titles||US vulnerability to an oil import curtailment., Oil replacement capability : summary.|
|Contributions||United States. Congress. Office of Technology Assessment.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||43 p. :|
|Number of Pages||43|
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4 ’ U.S. Vulnerability to an Oil Import Curtailment: The Oil Replacement Capability — potential market clearing price of oil associated with different rates of deployment.
Initially, OTA considered a wide variety of tech-nologies for reducing U.S. oil consumption, in-cluding technologies for switching from oil to. U.S. Vulnerability to an Oil Import Curtailment. View/ Open. View/Open: PDF (MB) Bookview. Contributor.
Energy and Materials Program (T. Bull and N. Naismith) U.S. Oil Import Vulnerability: The Technical Replacement Capability Energy and Materials Program (Karen Larsen) (United States. Congress. 10 ’ U.S. Vulnerability to an OilImport Curtailment: The Oil Replacement Capability about 1 to 5 years after onset, however, oil con-sumers will either have to forgo certain energy services or invest in nonoil energy technologies.
OTA U.S. vulnerability to an oil import curtailment book examined each sector in the U.S. economy and identified the technologies that. U.S. Vulnerability to an Oil Import Curtailment: The Oil Replacement Capability OPTIONS CONSIDERED The oil replacement potential through fuel switching was assessed in a two-stage process.
First a comprehensive list of major near-term fuel switching options (table 6) was screened to iden-tify those options with the greatest potential for.
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By United States. Congress. Office of Technology Assessment. Abstract. A report by Office of Technology Assessment (OTA) that "analyzes energy supply and demand technologies which can replace large amounts of oil within 5 years after the onset of a major oil.
U.S. Vulnerability to an Oil Import Curtailment: The Oil Replacement Capability (Wash-ington, D. C.: U.S. Congress, Office of Technology Assessment, OTA-E, September ).
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Congress. (OTA) that "analyzes energy supply and demand technologies which can replace large amounts of oil within 5 years after the onset of a major oil supply shortfall, occurring within the next few years and accompanied by a large and. ©— Bioethics Research Library Box Washington DC Abstract "OTA-E"--P.
U.S. vulnerability to an oil import curtailment book of cover."September "--P.  of es bibliographical of access: Internet. Seven years ago, at the request of the Senate Com- mittee on Foreign Relations, OTA published the report U.S.
Vulnerability to an Oil Import Curtail- ment: The Oil Replacement Capability, which ana- lyzed the supply and demand technologies that could replace a shortfall of 3 million barrels per day (MMB/D) in U. oil supply over a 5-year period. Publisher: Washington, D.C.: Congress of the U.S., Office of Technology Assessment: For sale by the Supt.
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First, the vulnerability of the U.S. economy to oil price shocks depends on the intensity of petroleum consumption here and throughout the industrialized world, not on total U.S.
imports. The U.S. government would reduce the costs to U.S. national security of importing oil by supporting well-functioning oil markets and imposing an excise tax on oil.
Concerns about the economic, geopolitical, and national security consequences of U.S. imports of oil have triggered arguments for adopting policies to reduce oil : Keith Crane, Andreas Goldthau, Michael Toman, Thomas Light, Stuart Johnson, Alireza Nader, Angel Rab.
This study investigates the energy security benefits of reduced U.S. oil consumption and imports. A range of approaches have been developed at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) for evaluating the social costs and energy security implications of oil use, and for evaluating policy measures that alter the U.S consumption and imports of oil.
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Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. I. Introduction Recently in this journal Mine K. Yucel  evaluated alternative ways to reduce U.S.
vulnerability to oil supply shocks. As her measure of vulnerability she uses the change in the aggregate welfare of U.S. consumers and producers due to a proportional increase in the word price of oil.
Oil production cuts from OPEC and other countries are helping to calm markets, but more is needed from the U.S. Even in the best of times, price volatility routinely challenges the energy industry Author: Scott Sheffield. Imports of crude oil dropped sharply again last week, according to figures released yesterday by the American.
Petroleum Institute. The figures seemed to undermine speculation that the curtailment. A former Alberta trade envoy to Washington, D.C., believes U.S. President Donald Trump could hit the province with countermeasures for its decision to impose mandatory oil production : Tony Seskus.
Maintaining Energy Security in a Global Context. The first involves limiting the world economy’s vulnerability to disruption as dependence rises on oil imports from an unstable Persian Gulf.
If oil stopped flowing to the United States today, its economy could chug along for 80 days, thanks to its Strategic Petroleum Reserve. Quebec imports even more of its oil than the U.S. and has no. Tying Religion and Politics to an Impending U.S.
Decline. the rising cost of oil imports and substantial tax cuts have contributed to. It’s easy to overstate the importance of oil imports. But that doesn’t make them unimportant. If U.S. oil policy could do only one thing, it would be.
For example, Sun et al. () systematically summarized the dimensions of China's oil-import risks and found it essential to reexamine the risk of oil imports from the perspective of global oil Author: Vlado Vivoda.
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Testifying before the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, CGEP Founding Director Jason Bordoff discusses the status of the Strategic Petroleum Reserve and related energy security issues. In his testimony, he made the following points: First, the recent attack on key Saudi Arabian oil facilities serves as a reminder of America’s vulnerability.
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