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Cost estimates for the Soviet gas industry, 1970 to 1990

Albina Tretyakova

Cost estimates for the Soviet gas industry, 1970 to 1990

by Albina Tretyakova

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Published by Center for International Research, Bureau of the Census, U.S. Dept. of Commerce in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Soviet Union
    • Subjects:
    • Gas industry -- Soviet Union -- Costs -- Forecasting.,
    • Gas industry -- Soviet Union -- Costs -- Statistics.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Albina Tretyakova and Meredith Heinemeier ; edited by Jeanine Braithwaite.
      SeriesCIR staff paper ;, no. 19
      ContributionsHeinemeier, Meredith M., Braithwaite, Jeanine.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD9581.S652 T74 1986
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 116 p. ;
      Number of Pages116
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2494275M
      LC Control Number87601292

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Cost estimates for the Soviet gas industry, 1970 to 1990 by Albina Tretyakova Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Soviet Oil and Gas Industry Inthe Soviet Union was both the world’s largest producer of oil and its largest gas is ironic, therefore, that much of the discussion of Soviet energy that has taken place in the West centered until recently on a debate over the continued viability of Soviet energy independence, at.

Bythe Soviet economy had reached its zenith and was estimated at about 60 percent of the size of the United States in terms of the estimated commodities (like steel and coal). Inthe official GDP of the Soviet Union was $2, billion [53] while the GDP of the United States was $4, billion [54] with per capita income figures as Currency: Soviet ruble (SUR).

Cost estimates for the Soviet gas industry, to / By Albina. Tretyakova, Jeanine. Braithwaite and Meredith M. Heinemeier. Abstract "June "Bibliography: p. Mode of access: Internet. The Technological Level of Soviet Industry; (). Total Factor Productivity in Postwar Soviet Industry and Its Branches,Author: Zdenek Drabek and Andrzej Olechowski.

This represents an update of earlier work which examined Soviet gas flows in, and (Sagers and Green, Green and Sagers, ). In this analysis, the pipeline network is first.

exchange shortfalls would raise the cost of Soviet military modernization while at the same time weakening the industrial base for military production.

The relative impact of Western economic measures on the USSR can be estimated only as general orders of magnitude, as follows: Eschewing future gas projects—up to $10 billion a year in.

In late Soviet soapmakers began to shift from low-cost to higher-cost brands, as Gorbachev's new economic ground rules came into play. Consumers in response began scooping up the lower-priced.

Figure shows the change of standard highway costs from toand Table shows the change of residential building costs from to In each case, the rate of cost increase was substantially above the rate of inflation in the decade of the s.

one or two pipelines to reach Europe (map 2). Between and deliveries of Soviet gas to Western Europe increased from Bcm to 26 Bcm.

By gas exports had risen to Bcm and Western Europe, with 63 Bcm of imports, was the largest customer for Soviet gas. Trends in the Soviet oil and gas industry. [Robert W Campbell] -- An economic study published for Resources for the Future. Book: All Authors / Contributors: Robert W Campbell.

Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number:   A 3,lb. motorcycle with training wheels, a V8 engine and enough copper tubing to provide every hillbilly in the Ozarks with a still, the Scripps-Booth Bi-Autogo was the daft experiment of.

Looking back at the s, it often seems that times were simpler then. No one was tethered to a cell phone or computer and kids still went outside to play after school.

Prices, of course, were a lot lower in the s as well, thanks to a lower cost of living. Of course, everything is relative, as they say.

change of residential building costs from to In each case, the rate of cost increase was substantially above the rate of inflation in the decade of the s. Back in the s and s, the country that was the “big growth story†was the Soviet Union. Its oil consumption grew by leaps and bounds.

How Much things cost in Yearly Inflation Rate USA % Yearly Inflation Rate UK % Year End Close Dow Jones Industrial Average Average Cost of new house $23, Average Income per year $9, Average Monthly Rent $ Cost of a gallon of Gas 36 cents Shaefer Pen $ United States postage Stamp 6 cents Sports Illustrated 15 cents.

What were the gas prices back in. This statistic shows gas prices in the U.S. by year from Inone gallon of gas cost 2,60 U.S. dollars. Customers in Norway are charged the. Abstract.

Because the USSR has no gas liquefaction capacity for export 1, foreign sales until now and in the proximate future are limited to those countries with pipeline connections, namely the European members of Comecon and Western Europe Soviet circle of potential buyers could be widened by the construct-tion of LNG facilities on the Arctic and Pacific seaboards if the appropriate.

-- Other former Soviet states get almost all their gas from Russia -- and pay a lot for it. Some of the countries that rely most on Russia for gas are also fiercely critical of Moscow. the natural gas consumed in the Federal Republic, about percent of the total energy consumption.

This new deal, extending and expanding upon natural gas contracts from, andhas been in preparation since Maywhen Soviet President Brezhnev met with West German Chancellor Helmut. Soviet production of natural gas increased by only billion cubic meters (%) infrom billion cubic meters (BCM) to BCM.

This was the smallest annual increment and the lowest rate of growth in more than two decades. During the s, annual growth typically had been in the % range, with yearly increments of BCM.

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was $ This is equivalent to $ in dollars. Robert Campbell's is the most authoritative Western analysis of Soviet experience sincewith succinct interpretations of detailed data.

Canada, China, the Gulf States, Iran and Venezuela are covered by separate authors in the Mangone volume. The late John Blair's book reflects the more than 30 years he spent in the U.S. government investigating the oil industry and trying to find ways to.