0_Course_Overview_S - Oil International Evolution Professor Yaw D Yeboah [email protected] Brendon M Wall Teaching Assistant [email protected] 1 The Story

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1 Oil: International Evolution Professor Yaw D. Yeboah [email protected] Brendon M. Wall, Teaching Assistant [email protected]
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2 The Story of Oil The canvas is global Story of epic events, oil played a key role Struggle between developed vs. developing countries Strategies of businessmen International diplomacy and strategy Oil evolution since the 1990s
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3 Major Themes in Story of Oil First modern corporation, SO Central to war strategies Economic development Hydrocarbon society Expansion of world consumers Oil in the 21st century and beyond!
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4 Oil Today Oil provides 40% of the nation’s energy; and at least 97% of our transportation fuels The United States currently imports 60% of its crude oil Oil is everywhere: toothpaste, credit cards, computer, shampoo, DVDs, photographs, telephones, etc
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This note was uploaded on 04/19/2011 for the course EGEE 120 taught by Professor Considine,timothy during the Spring '07 term at Pennsylvania State University, University Park.

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0_Course_Overview_S - Oil International Evolution Professor Yaw D Yeboah [email protected] Brendon M Wall Teaching Assistant [email protected] 1 The Story

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