Non-OECD Oil Product Consumption Grows 72% Between 1973-92
Non-OECD consumption of oil products increased 71.6% from 16.63mn in 1973 to28.54mn in 1992, according to figures recently published by the Paris-basedInternational Energy Agency (IEA) in its Energy Statistics and Balances of Non-OECD Countries 1991-1992.
World oil product consumption grew from 57.41mn b/d in 1973 to 67.25mn b/d in1992, an increase of 17.1%, while total OECD product consumption...
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