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World Bank Cambodia oil & gas special supplement : refining crude oil - part 2 (khmer)

Refining is a capital-intensive industry in a market driven by divergent forces - cleaner fuels to address local air pollution; greater fuel efficiency against the backdrop of record oil prices; and steadily rising consumption of transportation fuels due to rising income, especially in developing countries. Part 2 of the briefing notes on refining discusses these topics and other global trends.


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    Asie de l’Est et Pacifique,

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    World Bank Cambodia oil & gas special supplement : refining crude oil - part 2

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    air, air pollution, automotive fuels, availability, barrel, barrels per day, car, car owners, catalytic cracking, cleaner fuels, coal, Crude Oil, crude oil production, demand for gasoline, demand for transportation, demand for transportation fuels, diesel, diesel vehicles, driving, economies of scale, emission, emission standards, Energy Outlook, feedstock, freight, freight costs, fuel, fuel economy, fuel efficiency, fuel mix, fuel oil, fuel prices, Fuel specifications, fuel sulfur, fuel sulfur content, fuel switching, fuels, Gas Journal, gasoline, gasoline vehicles, high-sulfur, hydrocracking, hydrogen, hydrogen production, kerosene, local air pollution, natural gas, Oil and Gas, oil demand, oil prices, oil products, Petroleum, Petroleum Company, Petroleum Sector, pipeline, power, power plants, refined products, refineries, refinery, Refining, residual fuel, residual fuel oil, road, steel, sulfur, sulfur content, transport, transportation, transportation costs, transportation fuel, transportation fuels, vehicle, vehicle emission, vehicle emission standards, vehicle ownership



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