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  • OPEC productionOPEC decreased oil production several times between 1980 and 1986 to maintain a higher oil price. By 1981 OPEC production had been overtaken by non-OPEC countries. In June 1985 OPEC output fell to a 20-year low with a share of 29% of the world total. This was partially driven by incre...

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  • Members of the Energy Institute (EI) can now access pdf versions of Petroleum Review and Energy World from the EI website at www.energyinst.org.uk Each can be accessed via the relevant home page for the magazine - accessed under the Journals button. Just one click and you can find out the latest n...

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  • UK crude oil exportsThe UK has been a net importer of crude oil since 2005. The trade imbalance can be linked to a long-term decline in oil production from the UKs North Sea. The total crude oil exports in 2018 was 42.7 million tonnes (down from 45.8 million tonnes in 2017), still above the an...

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  • World oil consumptionAlthough the consumption of oil continues to increase globally, the rate of growth has generally been lower than 2% for decades. In 2018, consumption increased by only 1.16% over the previous year. The declining trend, specifically observed in the developed markets, could b...

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  • UK crude oil importThe UK has been a net importer of crude oil since 2005. The total net crude oil imports (imports minus exports) in 2018 was 3.3 million tonnes.Sources of UK importsThe principal source of the UK's imports has consistently been Norway, historically accounting for around 65% of all ...

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