Alaskan oil: costs and supply [by] M.A. Adelman, Paul G. Bradley [and] Charles A. Norman.

; Bradley, Paul G ; Norman, Charles A
New York, Praeger Publishers [1971] .

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Other Authors Bradley, Paul G.
Norman, Charles A.
Subjects Alaska -- North Slope.
Petroleum industry and trade -- Alaska -- North Slope -- Costs.
Petroleum industry and trade -- Costs.
Series New directions in management and economics.
Description 127 pages illustrations 22 cm.
Copyright Date [1971]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Summary Four studies appraising oil development on the north slope of Alaska.
Contents Significance of shifts in world oil supplies, with special reference to Alaska, by M.A. Adelman. -- Economic analysis of Prudhoe Bay oil field, by C.A. Norman. -- Estimated wellhead and delivered costs of North Slope Alaska crude, by Cabinet Task Force on Oil Import Control. -- Exploration models and petroleum production economics, by P.G. Bradley.
Geographic Area Alaska
Network Numbers (OCoLC)131725
(OCoLC)ocm00131725
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Adelman, M. A. 1917-2014.
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