IEA Again Warns Against Complacency 

As a result of declining indigenous oil production, the 21 members of the International Energy Agency (IEA) face increased dependence on imported oil supplies in the 1990s, according to the IEA's latest annual publication, Energy Policies and Programmes of IEA countries, 1984 Review.

The Review, published on 17 June, notes that actual IEA production will depend on the rate of additions to known reserves, particularly in the US, the UK and...