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Effects of the oil supply/demand trend in the west coast of the U.S. on the Asian market. Oil industry being faced with the strengthening of environmental regulations; Beikoku nishikaigan no sekiyu jukyu doko to Asia shijo eno eikyo. Kankyo kisei kyoka ni chokumensuru sekiyu sangyo

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Abstract

In regard to the supply/demand and import/export of fuel oil in the west coast of the U.S., the paper focuses especially on the effect on the Asian market and environmental regulations. Petroleum products tend to be in short supply/demand in terms of gasoline, and companies are making efforts to secure the production amount. Decline in gasoline demand and a shift of demand to other states are considered due to the price raise caused by introduction of CARB (California Air Resources Board) regulation gasoline, and there possibly is a little shortage in California. However, the demand in the whole west coast tends to balance. The demand in jet fuel tends to increase, but not as much as to absorb a surplus of gasoline heavy fraction in connection with the strengthening of gasoline quality regulations. It is inevitable to raise the price of gas oil fraction according to CARB regulation on diesel oil, and the demand as a whole is leveling off or on the decrease. Accordingly, when the surplus of gasoline heavy fraction is sent to kerosene and gas oil, the increase in kerosene and gas oil seemingly is directed to exports. This can fully be absorbed into the increasing demand  More>>
Publication Date:
Feb 01, 1995
Product Type:
Technical Report
Report Number:
IEE-SR-262
Reference Number:
SCA: 020700; 290200; 294002; PA: NEDO-95:950190; EDB-95:128146; NTS-96:001847; ERA-20:025222; SN: 95001455973
Resource Relation:
Other Information: PBD: Feb 1995
Subject:
02 PETROLEUM; 29 ENERGY PLANNING AND POLICY; US WEST COAST; PETROLEUM; SUPPLY AND DEMAND; POLLUTION REGULATIONS; PETROLEUM INDUSTRY; ASIA; MARKET; EXPORTS; IMPORTS; PETROLEUM PRODUCTS; GASOLINE; ENERGY SHORTAGES; CALIFORNIA; PRICES; AUGMENTATION; JET ENGINE FUELS; NAPHTHA; GAS OILS; DIESEL FUELS; STAGNATION; KEROSENE; CHINA
OSTI ID:
100248
Research Organizations:
Institute of Energy Economics, Tokyo (Japan)
Country of Origin:
Japan
Language:
Japanese
Other Identifying Numbers:
Other: ON: DE95503520; TRN: 95:950190
Availability:
Available from The Institute of Energy Economics, Dai 10 Mori Biru, 18-1, Toranomon 1-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan; OSTI as DE95503520
Submitting Site:
NEDO
Size:
132 p.
Announcement Date:
Oct 03, 1995

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Citation Formats

None. Effects of the oil supply/demand trend in the west coast of the U.S. on the Asian market. Oil industry being faced with the strengthening of environmental regulations; Beikoku nishikaigan no sekiyu jukyu doko to Asia shijo eno eikyo. Kankyo kisei kyoka ni chokumensuru sekiyu sangyo. Japan: N. p., 1995. Web.
None. Effects of the oil supply/demand trend in the west coast of the U.S. on the Asian market. Oil industry being faced with the strengthening of environmental regulations; Beikoku nishikaigan no sekiyu jukyu doko to Asia shijo eno eikyo. Kankyo kisei kyoka ni chokumensuru sekiyu sangyo. Japan.
None. 1995. "Effects of the oil supply/demand trend in the west coast of the U.S. on the Asian market. Oil industry being faced with the strengthening of environmental regulations; Beikoku nishikaigan no sekiyu jukyu doko to Asia shijo eno eikyo. Kankyo kisei kyoka ni chokumensuru sekiyu sangyo." Japan.
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title = {Effects of the oil supply/demand trend in the west coast of the U.S. on the Asian market. Oil industry being faced with the strengthening of environmental regulations; Beikoku nishikaigan no sekiyu jukyu doko to Asia shijo eno eikyo. Kankyo kisei kyoka ni chokumensuru sekiyu sangyo}
author = {None}
abstractNote = {In regard to the supply/demand and import/export of fuel oil in the west coast of the U.S., the paper focuses especially on the effect on the Asian market and environmental regulations. Petroleum products tend to be in short supply/demand in terms of gasoline, and companies are making efforts to secure the production amount. Decline in gasoline demand and a shift of demand to other states are considered due to the price raise caused by introduction of CARB (California Air Resources Board) regulation gasoline, and there possibly is a little shortage in California. However, the demand in the whole west coast tends to balance. The demand in jet fuel tends to increase, but not as much as to absorb a surplus of gasoline heavy fraction in connection with the strengthening of gasoline quality regulations. It is inevitable to raise the price of gas oil fraction according to CARB regulation on diesel oil, and the demand as a whole is leveling off or on the decrease. Accordingly, when the surplus of gasoline heavy fraction is sent to kerosene and gas oil, the increase in kerosene and gas oil seemingly is directed to exports. This can fully be absorbed into the increasing demand for gas oil in the Asia Pacific area mostly like the Southeast Asia and China. 19 refs., 64 figs., 53 tabs.}
place = {Japan}
year = {1995}
month = {Feb}
}