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Vicissitudes in the Hong Kong oil market, 1980-97. Larry Chuen-ho Chow. OPEC Review, June 2000, 24(2) pp. 87-114

This paper analyses the fluctuations in oil consumption in Hong Kong from 1981-1997, covering use by the utility and non-utility sectors. It also looks at the consumption of, and the factors involved in, the six major oil products: fuel oil, diesel. gasoline, liquefied petroleum gas, kerosene and jet fuel. The article finishes with a look to the future of the Hong Kong oil market.

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