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Structural change in the oil industry and its impact on the Gulf Coast economy

Structural change in the oil industry and its impact on the Gulf Coast economy

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Published by U.S. G.P.O. in Washington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Gulf Coast (U.S.)
    • Subjects:
    • Petroleum industry and trade -- Gulf Coast (U.S.),
    • Petroleum workers -- Gulf Coast (U.S.),
    • Gulf Coast (U.S.) -- Economic conditions.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementprepared for the use of the Subcommittee on Economic Goals and Intergovernmental Policy of the Joint Economic Committee, Congress of the United States.
      SeriesS. prt. ;, 99-76
      ContributionsUnited States. Congress. Joint Economic Committee. Subcommittee on Economic Goals and Intergovernmental Policy.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD9567.A13 S77 1985
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 33 p. :
      Number of Pages33
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2343518M
      LC Control Number86600829

      As economist and historian Robert Higgs demonstrated in his book "Crisis and Leviathan," many government controls stay in place long after military campaigns end. Shale drilling activity takes only three months to respond to market price signals. Nevertheless, terrorism is a risky business for everyone, and insurance companies hate risk as much as anyone else. Corexit was reportedly banned in Britain for use in oil spills over a decade ago because of concerns over its environmental impact. Instances of canceled recreational fishing trips are being reported from Houma to Miami.

      Learn More in these related Britannica articles:. The financial markets literally shut down after Sept. Terrorism indirectly affects the economy by creating market uncertainty, xenophobia, loss of tourism, and increased insurance claims. Of course, it would be wrong to conclude that central banks can enhance the benefits of current low oil prices by raising their policy interest rates.

      The subsequent findings were then covered up to protect company profits, according to the environmental law group. Is this time different? Closing down borders to trade and immigrant workers reduces the size and diversity of economic transactions and limits productive resources. Insurance, Trade, Tourism, and FDI There are two obvious industries especially vulnerable to the effects of terrorism: insurance and tourism.


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Structural change in the oil industry and its impact on the Gulf Coast economy Download PDF Ebook

Domestic demand in oil importers Advanced oil importing economies have indeed seen some positive effects on consumption—for instance, in the euro area—but the impact has been somewhat less than anticipated. Competition is increasing with refineries being developed in product-importing countries like India and in several Southeast Asian nations, many of which are collaborating with the Middle East and Russia.

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This may be due to imminent threats, such as compromised trade routes and distribution systems, or because of the psychological and physical reactions to terrorism.

These could delay or mask the benefits of lower oil prices for some time. Both in its campaign platform and through a series of executive orders during its first hundred days, the administration has sought to roll back a series of policy measures and regulations set forth by the Obama administration.

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The financial markets literally shut down after Sept. While most of the focus is on market rebalancing, supply side risks remain.

Any renegotiation increases the threats of increased political tensions and cross-border tariff retaliation. The United States as a Global Oil Supplier To assess how the United States strategically stands as a global oil supplier, the following questions should be addressed: What is the outlook for U.

Why does this matter? Various geopolitical issues to watch out for include the ongoing civil war in Libya, unrest in Nigeria, and the possibility of social unrest in Venezuela leading to collapse. The OPEC decision to cut production bolstered prices with the stated aim to reduce stockpiles.

It is only by doing this that we will Structural change in the oil industry and its impact on the Gulf Coast economy book able to turn our ambitions into reality and create a truly innovative economy that fully realises its potential. When governments militarize, the private economy suffers.

However, for the most part the risks in the short term lie on the side of possible oversupply in the market forcing prices downwards. Significant cuts to exploration and production capital expenditure for conventional sources create a potential underinvestment supply hole in the market in the medium term.

Cutting off the oil supply considerably weakened Japan in the latter part of the war. Precipitation is more than 60 inches 1, mm in the southeastern and south-central parts and diminishes to about 20 inches mm in the lower Rio Grande valley in Texas. The EIA, at the high end of the range at 1.

As the United States inches ever closer to energy self-sufficiency, it is worth asking what the overarching priorities of U. World equity markets have clearly not subscribed to this theory.

The effect of these losses on related industries is another worry, including recreational boat manufacturers, and fishing equipment and apparel producers.

These countries typically have more limited pass-through from international to domestic fuel prices compared with advanced economies; some have reduced fuel subsidies.

The Permian operators have enjoyed the largest decrease in costs and it is forecast that the Permian will account for 60 percent of growth of shale production in the United States until At the same time, some hotels in Louisiana have seen a marked increase in business owing to the nearly 25, scientists, reporters, photographers, cleanup workers, volunteers, environmentalists and others who are staying in the area.

Large-scale attacks, most infamously the World Trade Center bombings on Sept. Slowing demand is no doubt part of the story, but the evidence suggests that increased supply is at least as important. The impact of terrorism and war is always negative for the economy, and physical destruction is a large reason why.

The real threat of global terrorism from an investor's perspective is about the broader picture, not individual incidents. Oil spills and their cleanup have become an issue of increasing political, environmental, and economic importance.

Stagflation is a direct result of higher costs for producers who use energy, costs that lead them to reduce output, shed labor, and raise prices to cover higher costs. The downside facing the market in the short term is that there is still a large amount of stock to work through globally—a process that OPEC producers, along with Russia and several other countries, recently sought to expedite by agreeing to cut 1.

Instances of canceled recreational fishing trips are being reported from Houma to Miami. The natural vegetation in the southern tip of Florida consists of mangrove swamp forests, while marshbroom, saw, and water grasses are typical in the coastal sections of Texas, Georgia, and Louisiana.

How will low oil prices affect global growth?

For example, the proposed rollback of methane emission limits on new wells and removal of limits imposed on existing wells along with the proposed modification or revocation of the Waters of the United States WOTUS rule will reduce compliance costs for the industry and streamline the permitting process.Apr 13,  · The oil industry’s knowledge of dangerous climate change stretches back to the s, with unearthed documents showing that it was warned of.

May 24,  · The social and economic impact of the Gulf oil spill By Kristina Betinis 24 May As the thick crude gushing from the broken well in the Gulf Author: Kristina Betinis. The U.S. Travel Association estimated that the economic impact of the oil spill on tourism across the Gulf Coast over a three-year period could exceed approximately $23 billion, in a region that supports overtravel industry jobs generating $34 billion in revenue annually.The initial effects pdf an oil spill caused by explosion tend to be fatal for individuals pdf animal life near the source of the oil contamination.

However, the lasting impact of oil pollution is typically more devastating on a socio-economic level, as it can devastate the economies of communities and families who depend on the ocean, fisheries and aquaculture for their livelihood.The international petroleum industry: Competition, structural change and allocation of oil surplus.

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