Energy Forum

2nd Quarter 2000
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"Development of Long-Term Energy Scenarios for the Czech Republic"
by M. Voogt, M. van Wees, A. de Raad, M. Malý, V. Splítek, J. Spitz, A. de Groot, and M. van Leeuwen
"Will There Always be Too Many Refineries?"
by W. Laney Littlejohn
"Can The Oil Price Remain High?"
by Mamdouh G. Salameh
"Developing Energy Networks in Southeastern Europe"
by Agis M. Papadopoulos
"Vertical Integration and the International Oil Industry: A Conceptual Error and Some Thoughts on its Implication"
by Paul Stevens
"Price Of Power In California Is Up. Wasn’t It Supposed To Go Down?"
by Fereidoon P. Sioshansi
"Privatisation of ENI SpA"
by n/a
"The Energy Situation in Taiwan"
by n/a

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