Table of contents for British Petroleum and Global Oil, 1950-1975 : the challenge of nationalism / James Bamberg.


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Introduction: the political economy of international oil
Part I. In a Rising Tide of Nationalism: 1. 'The structure and sinews of the Company'
2. Management and culture
3. The Suez crisis
4. 'Our aim and policy the energetic search for new sources of crude oil'
5. Finance and the British government
Part II. Under Pressure from the Producers: 6. The advent of OPEC
7. The political balancing act
8. The 'Holy Grail' of exploration
9. The push for outlets ...
10. ... and more outlets
11. Refining and shipping
12. Financial strains
13. The managerial hierarchy
Part III. Diversifications: 14. Alliances in petrochemicals
15. Integration in petrochemicals
16. Computing
17. Nutrition
Part IV: OPEC Takes Control: 18. 'An avalanche of escalating demands'
19. The end of an era
Retrospect and conclusion.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: British Petroleum Company History, Petroleum industry and trade Great Britain History