Oil industry in USSR, Czechoslovakia and Rumania.

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National Productivity Council , New Delhi
Petroleum industry and trade -- Czechoslovakia, Petroleum industry and trade -- Romania, Petroleum industry and trade -- Soviet
SeriesIts NPC report -- no. 18, NPC report (National Productivity Council (India)) -- no. 18.
LC ClassificationsHD9575.R82 N3 1962
The Physical Object
Paginationii, 55 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19051778M

The Soviet Oil and Gas Industry Inthe Soviet Union was both the world’s largest producer of oil and its largest gas is ironic, therefore, that much of the discussion of Soviet energy that has taken place in the West centered until recently on a debate over the continued viability of Soviet energy independence, at.

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The Ministry of Petroleum Industry (People's Commissariat of Petroleum Industry prior to 15 March ) was established 12 October by ukase of the Presidium, Supreme Soviet USSR, and was subdivided on 4 March into the Ministry of the Petroleum Industry of the Southern ard Western Regions of the USSR and the Ministry of the Petroleum Industry of the Eastern Region of the USSR.

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The Soviet Union occupies a salient position in world output and reserves of hydrocarbons. At the end of the s, it remained the world’s leading producer of petroleum, accounting for Cited by: 2. As for the modern petroleum industry, it was born in the Russian Empire: the world’s first oil well was drilled on the Absheron Peninsula near Baku way back in Baku Region attracted leading petroleum companies from around the : Boris Egorov.

Electrification of the country was a focus of the Soviet Union's first economic plan (GOELRO plan). Oil/petroleum. Within the USSR State Planning Committee (Gosplan), there was a State Committee for the Oil Industry which handled this area of the economy. Natural gas. A separate Soviet gas industry was created in One of the greatest strengths of Soviet economy was its vast supplies of oil and gas; world oil prices quadrupled in the – and rose again in –, making the energy sector the chief driver of the Soviet economy, and Czechoslovakia and Rumania.

book used to cover multiple cy: Soviet ruble (SUR). Oil and gas in the Czech republic History Crude oil exploitation and petroleum industry development incited interests in a research within neighbouring countries, as are Slovakia, Hungary but also Moravia, where the history of petroleum Czechoslovakia and Rumania.

book started as early as in All Russian oil companies on Russian Business Map ; Country Analysis: Russia's Oil and Natural Gas. "Major Russian Companies: Some Details" (), Joint Project by Expert Magazine and Menatep Bank, undated.

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"Russia's oil renaissance," BBC, 24 June History of Oil in Russia, Sibneft, "The Oil and Gas Industry": andKommersant, 23 October. The crash exemplified the danger inherent in the close relationship between Russia’s government and oil industry: a crisis in the industry means a crisis for the Russian economy as a whole.

Such a crisis could come sooner rather than later thanks to a number of factors, most of which stem from Russia’s struggle to modernize and move on from the Soviet system.

c.$ (estimate for ) Latin American countries (total) Price value of the arms production in and in Billion U.S. dollars (for prices in $1 = c.£ = ) Soviet Union (Russia) Military Arms Production Index of Germany. January and February at the end of Value and index of military arms. Czech Republic energy analysis, data and forecasts from The EIU to support industry executives' decision-making.

OIL REFINERIES IN ROMANIA Industry Overview Romania’s crude oil refining sector is the largest in terms of operating capacity in Southeastern Europe. The refining ca-pacity of the country far exceeds its domestic demand for re - fined petroleum products, with the surplus going for Size: 1MB.

The modern US petroleum industry is considered to have begun with Edwin Drake's drilling of a foot (21 m) oil well inon Oil Creek near Titusville, Pennsylvania, for the Seneca Oil Company (originally yielding 25 barrels per day ( m 3 /d), by the end of the year output was at the rate of 15 barrels per day ( m 3 /d)).

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As Popple also points out (p. ), during the period of World War Two, except for oil from Russia, unavailable to Germany, only Rumania and Hungary had any significant production of oil in all of.

The German occupation of Czechoslovakia (–) began with the German annexation of Sudetenland as outlined by the Munich Agreement.

Adolf Hitler justified the invasion by the purported suffering of the ethnic Germans living in these regions. The Sudetenland annexation by Nazi Germany was detrimental to the future defense of crippled Czechslovakia as the extensive Czechoslovak border.

The Socialist Republic of Romania (Romanian: Republica Socialistă România, RSR) refers to Romania under a Marxist-Leninist one-party communist regime that existed officially from to From tothe state was known as the Romanian People's Republic (Republica Populară Romînă, RPR).The country was a Soviet-aligned Eastern Bloc state with a dominant role for the Romanian Capital and largest city: Bucharest.

Romania energy analysis, data and forecasts from The EIU to support industry executives' decision-making. Comecon’s original members were the Soviet Union, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Poland, and Romania. Albania joined in February but ceased taking an active part at the end of The German Democratic Republic became a member in September and the Mongolian People’s Republic in June Romania is one the largest oil and gas producers in Central and Eastern Europe.

Domestic gas production covers 80%, and domestic oil production 40%, of consumption. Romania’s dependency rate is 20% on natural gas imports and 60% on crude oil imports, respectively.

99% of Romania's gas imports come from the Russian Federation. Gazprom has long File Size: KB. @article{osti_, title = {Review of the Soviet oil industry in }, author = {Shabad, T.

and Sagers, M.J.}, abstractNote = {The recovery of oil production, mainly in West Siberia, the main oil-producing region, was probably the most striking development in the fuel industries in After having declined by 18 million tons, Soviet oil production rose again in by 20 million tons.

"In Foreign Investment and Political Regimes, Oksan Bayulgen offers a clear and elegant theoretical story on the debated relationship between political regimes and foreign direct investment, which is substantiated by rich case- and fieldwork details on the oil sectors of Azerbaijan, Russia, and Norway, as well as statistical evidence from large Cited by: IN DECEMBER Soviet troops invaded Afghanistan.

The oil price at the time was at its peak of $ a barrel. The high price combined with fast-growing production of oil in Western Siberia. EU imports of energy products - recent developments Statistics Explained Source: Statistics Explained (https: Crude oil is by far the largest imported energy product (70 % of total EU energy imports in the first half of The EU imports of natural gas from Russia and the rest of the world, expressed in value and net mass, are shown in File Size: 1MB.

Romania - Romania - National communism: The decade of the s brought a period of relaxation at home and defiance of the Soviet Union in international relations. Although no genuine political liberalization took place and there was no retreat from the fundamentals of the Stalinist economic model, the intrusiveness of the regime in individual lives was curtailed.

Western banks, especially German, initially gave the Soviet Union loans, but subsequently stopped, leading to economic crisis in the U.S.S.R. Soviet intervention in Afghanistan in the s also resulted in a financial black hole.

Lower crude oil prices during the late s, oil being the primary Soviet export, further exacerbated the situation. Russia’s net CO 2 emissions from energy use grew by % in Russia remains the third largest producer of oil and the second largest of natural gas.

Oil production increased to Mb/d (+%) in Production of natural gas grew by 33 bcm (+%) to bcm in Coal production grew by 14 mtoe (+7%) to mtoe in Late last year, Romania rolled out a national energy strategy for The plan called for $ billion in investment in oil and gas. “We can learn much from the U.S.

Romania is ready to. ROMANIA'S oil and gas industry has been in decline for a long, long time. Perhaps the world's first major commercial oil producer, Romania still has the largest reserves in Eastern Europe.

As a highly developed industrial state, Germany was dependent even in peacetime on external sources for an adequate supply of oil. Even though Germany’s oil consumption of little more than 44 million barrels was considerably less than Great Britain’s 76 million barrels, Russia’s million barrels, and the one billion barrels used by the United States, in wartime Germany’s needs.

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have never received complain from any of our real buyers throughout the world. Warsaw Pact, treaty establishing a mutual-defense organization composed originally of the Soviet Union and Albania, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, East Germany, Hungary, Poland, and Romania. The treaty provided for a unified military command and for the maintenance of Soviet military units within other participating states.Russia's oil industry is "important to world energy markets because it holds the world's largest natural gas reserves, the second largest coal reserves, and the eighth largest oil reserves.

Russia is also the world's largest exporter of natural gas, the second largest oil exporter, and the third largest energy consumer." --U.S. Department of Energy, February