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Al-Chalabi, F. OPEC and the international oil industry. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1980.

Campbell, C.J. The coming oil crisis. Petro-consultants SA, 2004. http://www.oilcrisis.com/campbell/

CIEP (Clingendael International Energy Programme). Study on energy supply security and geopolitics. Institute for International Relations ‘Clingendael’, The Hague: The Netherlands, 2002.

Clark, John G. The political economy of world energy: a twentieth century perspective. http://www.endgame.org/oil-info.html

Cleveland, C.J. (ed). Encyclopaedia of energy, volume 4. Elsevier Science, 2004.

Cordesman, Anthony. The Gulf and the west: strategic relations and military realities. Boulder, Co: Westview Press, 1998.

Crystal, Jill. Kuwait: the transformation of an oil state. Boulder, Co: Westview Press, 1992.

Dan, Uriel (ed). The great powers in the Middle East 1919-39. New York: Holmes and Meier, 1988.

Deffeyes, K.S. Hubbert’s peak: the impending world oil shortage. New Haven: Princeton University Press, 2001.

Engler, Robert. The politics of oil. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1967.

Forsythe, Rosemary. The politics of oil in the Caucasus and central Asia. Oxford University Press and International Institute for Strategic Studies, 1996 (Adelphi paper no. 300). http://www.endgame.org/oil-info.html

Gillespie, Kate and Clement Moore Henry. Oil in the new world order. Gainesville: University of Florida Press, 1995.

Goodstein, D. Out of gas: the end of the age of oil. W.W. Norton, 2004.

Goralski, Robert and Russell Freeburg.. Oil and war: how the deadly struggle for fuel in WW II meant victory or defeat. William Morrow, 1987. http://www.endgame.org/oil-info.html

Heinberg, R. The party’s over: oil, war and the fate of industrial societies. New Society Publishers, 2003.

IEA. Analysis of impact of high oil prices on the global economy. 2004. library.iea.org/dbtw-wpd/ textbase/papers/2004/high_oil_prices.pdf

IEA. Key world energy statistics. Austria: International Energy Agency, 2005. www.iea.org/Textbase/stats/index.asp

IEA. Saving oil in a hurry. Austria: International Energy Agency, 2005. http://www.postcarbon.org/files/hirsh_report.pdf

IMF Research Department. The impact of higher oil prices on the global economy. Washington DC: IMF, December 2000.

India Book Center. Handbook on Indian petroleum and natural gas industry and investment scenario 2001. India: India Book Center, 2001.

Klare, Michael. Blood and oil: The dangers and consequences of America’s growing petroleum diplomacy. Metropolitan Books/Henry Holt, 2004. http://www.endgame.org/oil-info.html

Klare, Michael. Energy conflict in the Caspian sea basin, in Resource wars: the new landscape of global conflict. Metropolitan Books, Chapter 4, 2001. http://www.endgame.org/oil-info.html

Klare, Michael. Oil conflict in the Persian Gulf, in Resource wars: the new landscape of global conflict. Metropolitan Books, Chapter 3, 2001. http://www. endgame.org/oil-info.html

Klare, Michael. Oil wars in the South China Sea, in Resource wars: the new landscape of global conflict. Metropolitan Books, Chapter 5, 2001. http://www. endgame.org/oil-info.html

Klare, Michael. Resource wars: the new landscape of global conflict. Metropolitan Books/Henry Holt, 2001. http://www.endgame.org/oil-info.html

Leeb, D. and S. Leeb. The oil factor: how oil controls the economy and your financial future. New York: Warner Business Books, 2004.

Leggett, J.K. The carbon war: global warming and the end of the oil era. Routledge, 2001.

Mosely, Leonard. Power game: oil in the Middle East. NYC: Random House, 1973.

Odell, Peter R. Oil and world power. England:Penguin Books, 1986.

Pelletiere, Stephen C. Iraq and the international oil system: why America went to war in the Gulf. Westport: Praeger, 2001.

Penrose, Edith Tilton. The international oil industry in the Middle East. Cairo: National Bank of Egypt, 1968.

Philip, George. Oil and politics in Latin America: nationalist movements and state companies. UK: Cambridge University Press, 1982.

Prasanna, Kumar G. Petroleum pricing in India. New Delhi: Sar Media Publications, 2000.

R.K. Pachauri. The political economy of global energy. Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1985.

Roberts, P. The end of oil: on the edge of a perilous new world. New York: Houghton Mifflin, 2004.

Sampson, A. The seven sisters. New York: Bantam Books, 1976.

Shaffer, Edward. The United States and the control of world oil. London: Croom Helm, 1983.

Shams-Ud-Din (ed). Geopolitics and energy resources in central Asia and Caspian sea region. New Delhi: Lancer Books, 2000.

Simmons, M.R. Twilight in the desert: the coming Saudi oil shock and the world economy. New Jersey: John Wiley and Sons, 2005.

Stivers, William. Supremacy and oil. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1982.

Tanzer, Michael. The race for resources. New York: Monthly Review Press, 1980.

Tanzer, Michael. The political economy of oil and the underdeveloped countries. Boston: Beacon Press, 1976.

TERI. Defining an integrated energy strategy for India: ensuring security, sufficiency and sustainability. New Delhi: TERI, 2002.

TERI. Teddy 2003/04: TERI energy data directory and yearbook. New Delhi: TERI, 2004.

Turner, Louis. Oil companies in the international system. London: George Allen and Unwin, 1983.

US Department of Energy. Petroleum page http://www.eia.doe.gov/oil_gas/petroleum/pet_frame.html

Venn, Fiona. Oil diplomacy in the twentieth century. Houndmills: Macmillan, 1986.

Yergin, Daniel. The prize: the epic quest for oil, money and power. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1991.



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Alsahlawi, M. Dynamics of oil inventories. ‘Energy Policy’ 26(6): 1998: 461-463.

Bardi, U. The mineral economy: a model for the shape of oil production curves. ‘Energy Policy’ 33(1): 2005: 53-61.

Barnett, J., S. Dessai and M. Webber. Will OPEC lose from the Kyoto protocol? ‘Energy Policy’ 32(18): 2004: 2077-2088.

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Bhattacharyya, A. Deregulation and reforms process in Indian oil and gas industry. ‘Oil Asia Journal’ 20(2-3): 1999:11-28.

BP. Statistical review of world energy 2005. London: BP Plc., 2005 (can be downloaded from http://www.bp.com).

Chandra, A. Emerging exploration and production potential of India in the oil and gas sector. ‘Journal of the Petrotech Society’ 1(1): 2004: 16-23.

Cunado, J. and F.P. de Gracia. Do oil price shocks matter? Evidence from some European countries. ‘Energy Economics’ 25(2): 2003: 137-154.

Dahmani, A. and M.H. Al-Osaimy. OPEC oil production and market fundamentals: a causality relationship. ‘OPEC Review’ 25(4): 2001: 315-337.

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Hallock Jr., J.L., P.J. Tharakan, C.A.S. Hall, M. Jefferson and W. Wu. Forecasting the limits to the availability and diversity of global conventional oil supply. ‘Energy’ 29(11): 2004: 1673-1696.

Horn, M. OPEC’s optimal crude oil price. ‘Energy Policy’ 32(2): 2004: 269-280.

Humphries, M.E. The competitive environment for oil and gas financing. ‘Energy Policy’ 23(11): 1995: 991-1000.

Ibrahim, I.B. and C. Hurst. Estimating energy and oil demand functions: a study of thirteen developing countries. ‘Energy Economics’ 12(2): 1990: 93-102.

Karbuz, S. Conversion factors and oil statistics. ‘Energy Policy’ 32(1): 2004: 41-45.

Kemp A.G. and L. Stephen. Risk: reward sharing contracts in the oil industry: the effects of bonus:penalty schemes. ‘Energy Policy’ 27(2): 1999: 111-120.

Kleveman, Lutz. The new great game: blood and oil in central Asia. Atlantic Books, 2003. (His New Great Game website includes maps of existing and planned pipelines).

Kleveman, Lutz. The new great game: the ‘war on terror’ is being used as an excuse to further U.S. energy interests in the Caspian. ‘The Guardian’, 2003.

Krichene, N. World crude oil and natural gas: a demand and supply model. ‘Energy Economics’ 24(6): 2002: 557-576.

Looney, R. Oil price movements and globalisation: is there a connection? ‘OPEC Review’ 26(3): 2002: 235-259.

Lukman, R. Challenges and opportunities for the oil industry in the 21st century. ‘Oil Asia Journal’ 19(1): 1998: 7-10.

Managi, S., J.J. Opaluch, D. Jin and T.A. Grigalunas. Technological change and depletion in offshore oil and gas. ‘Journal of Environmental Economics and Management’ 47(2): 2004: 388-409.

Mazraati, M. and S.M.T. Jazayeri. Oil price movements and production agreements. ‘OPEC Review’ 28(3): 2004: 207-226.

Merino A. and A. Ortiz. Explaining the so-called ‘price premium’ in oil markets. ‘OPEC Review’ 29(2): 2005: 133-147.

Mishra, J. and K. Sasidharan. Source rock characterization from wireline logs in Tapti-Daman area, Mumabi offshore basin. ‘Drilling and Exploration World’ 10(5): 2001: 77-80.

Mitchell, J.V.. A new political economy of oil. ‘The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance’ 42(2): 2002: 251-272.

Moroney, J.R. and M.D. Berg. An integrated model of oil production. ‘The Energy Journal’ 20(1): 1999: 105-124.

Nag, Barnali. Issues related to India’s energy trading and central Asian countries. RIS discussion paper 69: 2004.

Noreng, O. The euro and the oil market: new challenges to the industry. ‘Journal of Energy Finance and Development’ 4(1): 1999: 29-68.

Oil and the global economy. ‘The Economist’: 25 August 2005.

OPEC Secretariat. Coping with unexpected oil demand movements. ‘OPEC Review’ 28(3): 2004: 241-245.

OPEC Secretariat. The impact of downstream refinery concerns on the international oil market. ‘OPEC Review’ 28(4): 2004: 289-296.

Pachauri, R.K. and L. Srivastava. The changing structure of the oil industry in India . ‘Energy’ 11(4-5): 1986.

Radchenko, S. Oil price volatility and the asymmetric response of gasoline prices to oil price increases and decreases. ‘Energy Economics’ 27(5): 2005: 708-730.

Ramanathan, R. Short- and long-run elasticities of gasoline demand in India: an empirical analysis using cointegration techniques. ‘Energy Economics’ 21(4): 1999: 321-330.

Rao, R.D. and J.K. Parikh. Forecast and analysis of demand for petroleum products in India. ‘Energy Policy’ 24(6): 1996: 583-592.

Rao, R.D. Modelling optimal exploitation of petroleum resources in India. ‘Resources Policy’ 28(3-4): 2002: 133-144.

Rao, R.D. Policy issues pertaining to the oil and gas sector in India. ‘Natural Resources Forum’ 22(1): 1998: 15-25.

Sadorsky, P. Oil price shocks and stock market activity. ‘Energy Economics’ 21(5): 1999: 449-469.

Salameh, M.G. Global oil outlook: return to the absence of surplus and its implications. ‘Applied Energy’ 65(1-4): 2000: 239-250.

Salameh, M.G. Quest for Middle East oil: the US versus the Asia-Pacific region. ‘Energy Policy’ 31(11): 2003: 1085-1091.

Shihab-Eldin, A., M. Hamel and G. Brennand. Oil outlook to 2025. ‘OPEC Review’ 28(3): 2004: 155-201.

Sihag, A.R., S. Chatterji and A. Khetan. Vulnerability of the Indian economy to tensions in the Middle East: impacts and responses. ‘Pacific and Asian Journal of Energy’ 12(1): 2002: 7-22.

Tiwari, P. An analysis of sectoral energy intensity in India. ‘Energy Policy’ 28(11): 1 September 2000: 771-778.

Van den Hove, S., M.L. Menestrel and H-C de Bettignies. The oil industry and climate change: strategies and ethical dilemmas. ‘Climate Policy’ 2(1): 2002: 3-18.

Xu, S. Oil shale as an important energy source worth developing. ‘Petroleum Refinery Engineering’ 34(3): 2004: 60-62.