Because its own production of oil is stagnant, the gap between supply and demand must be covered through importsNo answer yet to meet China's oil needs Mar 23, 2005
China's annual growth in demand for oil is without precedentNo answer yet to meet China's oil needs Mar 23, 2005
Our vulnerability is not necessarily found in the volumes of oil we importFeature: 'war premium' fuels price hikes Feb 18, 2003
The country has been very careful in recent years to maintain its image as a reliable supplierAnalysis: Long-range energy question marks May 03, 2002
Attacks on Afghanistan as such should not disturb current world oil supply. Supplies are plentiful, OPEC is producing perhaps as much as 1.3 million barrels per day above quotas, and the economic downturn is depressing demand. Should Iraq decide to take its 2.4 million barrels per day of exports off the market, spare producing capacity in Saudi Arabia and elsewhere and strategic oil stocks in the United States and Europe are more than adequate to offset this potential lossThink Tank Wrap-up Oct 11, 2001
Robert Ebel was an American educational psychologist who specializes in educational measurement. He was a professor in the department of Counseling and Educational Psychology at Michigan State University from 1963 to 1981. In addition to many research articles, Ebel authored the influential textbooks Measuring Educational Achievement and Essentials of Education Measurement.