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state of competition in the Canadian petroleum industry

statement of evidence and material submitted to the Restrictive Trade Practices Commission in connection with an inquiry under Section 47 of the Combines Investigation Act relating to the exploration for, and the importation, production, purchase, manufacture, storage, transportation, distribution, barter, supply and sale of crude oil, petroleum, refined petroleum products and related products

by Canada. Bureau of Competition Policy.

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Published by Bureau of Competition Policy] in [Ottawa .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Robert J. Bertrand, Director of Investigation and Research Combines Investigation Act. --
ContributionsBertrand, Robert J., Canada. Restrictive Trade Practices Commission.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHD9574C2 A27
The Physical Object
Pagination7 v. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22430296M
ISBN 100660108445

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State of competition in the Canadian petroleum industry by Canada. Bureau of Competition Policy. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The state of competition in the Canadian petroleum industry: statement of evidence and material submitted to the Restrictive Trade Practices Commission in connection with an inquiry under section 47 of the Combines Investigation Act relating to the exploration for, and the importation, production, purchase, manufacture, storage, transportation, distribution, barter, supply, and sale of crude.

Get this from a library. Submission to the Restrictive Trade Practices Commission on the state of competition in the Canadian petroleum industry: argument. [Texaco Canada.; Canada. Restrictive Trade Practices Commission.;].

Petroleum production in Canada is a major industry which is important to the economy of North America. Canada has the third largest oil reserves in the world and is the world's fourth largest oil producer and fourth largest oil it produced an average ofcubic metres per day ( Mbbl/d) of crude oil and equivalent.

Of that amount, 64% was upgraded and non-upgraded. Get this from a library. The refining and marketing of petroleum products in Canada: submission to the Restrictive Trade Practices Commission on the state of competition in the Canadian petroleum industry.

[Texaco Canada.]. The petroleum industry, also known as the oil industry or the oil patch, includes the global processes of exploration, extraction, refining, transporting (often by oil tankers and pipelines), and marketing of petroleum largest volume products of the industry are fuel oil and gasoline (petrol).

Petroleum (oil) is also the raw material for many chemical products, including. The Canadian petroleum industry began in Canada West (Ontario) in when businessman Charles N. Tripp of Woodstock founded the International Mining and Manufacturing Company to exploit the asphalt beds and "oil springs" of Enniskillen Township in Lambton County.

It was the first registered oil company in North America. Imperial and other Canadian oil multinationals faced a challenge on an-other front. In March Robert Bertrand, the Director of Investigation and Research for the Combines Investigation Act, issued a multivolume re - port entitled The State of Competition in the Canadian Petroleum Industry.

It also established incentives to conserve energy, to increase Canadian ownership of the petroleum industry, expand exploration in Canadian frontier areas and to develop alternatives to oil consumption. The intended outcome of the program was to establish eventual total energy self-sufficiency in Canada.

Ottawa, the provinces and the petroleum. The state of competition in the Canadian petroleum industry: statement of evidence and material submitted to the Restrictive Trade Practices Commission in connection with an inquiry under section 47 of the Combines investigation actby Robert J.

Bertrand., Toronto Public Library. INTEGRATION AND COMPETITION IN THE PETROLEUM INDUSTRY. Petroleum Monograph Series, 3. By Melvin G. deChazeau and Alfred E. Kahn. New Haven: Yale University Press. xviii, $ This volume is the third and final monograph of a series financed under a grant made to the Yale University Press by the influential Amer.

As with many oil producing countries, the oil and gas industry is an important part of the Canadian economy. In fact, it is the largest contributor to Canada's balance of trade.

The current discussion about the future of oil is how soon will it be before petroleum becomes a sunset industry. If it isn’t already. Flat or falling : David Yager. Petroleum in the United States has been a major industry since shortly after the oil discovery in the Oil Creek area of Titusville, Pennsylvania in The petroleum industry includes exploration for, production, processing (refining), transportation, and marketing of natural gas and petroleum products.

As ofthe U.S. is the world's largest oil producer. A few papers addressed this issue by considering macroeconomic factors in addition to oil price shocks. Sadorsky () and Boyer and Filion () suggest that exchange rates and interest rates are important risk factors.

For instance, Sadorsky () find that an increase in exchange rate decreases stock return. Boyer and Filion () document that weakening of Canadian dollar against the Cited by: The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) is the voice of Canada's upstream oil and natural gas industry.

We enable the responsible growth of our industry and advocate for economic competitiveness and safe, environmentally and socially responsible performance. The world’s need for energy – from all sources – is expanding. These relationships are paying off for Canadian private sector operators by providing initial contacts, joint venture partners and, in many cases, opportunities for investment and the sale of goods and services, related to oilfield technology.

One such organization is the Canadian Institute for Petroleum Industry Development (CIPID). Healthy commercial crude oil inventories in OECD countries, standing at billion barrels in September 2 —seemingly enough to offset a lengthy supply disruption if needed.

The production restraint agreement between the OPEC and non-OPEC Vienna agreement countries is still in place, preserving spare production capacity—if Author: Duane Dickson. Challenge: Through intense research, interviews, and interaction with NOC executives, created a comprehensive picture of the current regional situation; an assessment of the “size of the prize” available to foreign oil companies, including our client; and a model of stakeholder objectives along with a core set of options for a new type of relationship to be introduced.

merger review thresholds for Competition Act and Investment Canada Act. The net benefit review threshold for investments by SOEs from WTO member states is based on the book value of the assets of the Canadian business.

the global petroleum industry witnessed a historic plummeting of benchmark US oil below $0 a barrel, while Brent. The first deals with the incompatibility that exists between the functioning of the industry and the pure and perfect competition paradigm.

History has shown that without organized competition the working of the industry leads to a general state of bankruptcy, or otherwise to a.

nature of the petroleum industry. Before getting to the review of the literature, we provide a brief overview of the economics of the oil industry. A Short Primer on Energy and Petroleum The unparalleled wealth the developed world enjoys today, and particularly the U.S.

Economy, is based on Size: 1MB.The Bureau of Competition Policy and the Competition Tribunal, a quasi-judicial body, enforce Canada’s antitrust legislation. Expropriation and Compensation.

Canadian federal and provincial laws recognize both the right of the government to expropriate private property for a public purpose, and the obligation to pay compensation.Defining the resources A Matter of Gravity. Much of Canada's petroleum effort has focused on producing oil from the oil sands (sometimes called "tar sands") of northern appreciate these resources, it is important to understand a simple concept from chemistry and physics: the "gravity" of crude oil and natural gas oil industry measures the weight of oil on terms of an.