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Group no 4 efm

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    Group no 4 efm Group no 4 efm Presentation Transcript

    • Group no. 4 Subject : economics Guided by : miss Rupal Bhatt Hardik Vishal Anita Ravi
    • Opec and the world oil market• Summary• Macro problem• Micro problem• Alternatives• conclusion
    • summary• Our story about the town’s market for water is fictional, but if we change water to crude oil, and jack and Jill to Iran and Iraq the story is close to being true.• The world’s oil is produced by few countries mostly in the middle east.• These countries together make up an oligopoly.• Their decision about how much oil to pump are much the same as jack’s and jill’s decision about how much water to pump
    • • As originally formed in 1960,opec included iran,kuwait,saudi arabia etc.• By 1973, eight other nation had joined.• These countries control about three-fourths of the world’s oil reserves
    • Macro problem• Opec try to raise the price of its product through a coordinated reduction in quantity produced.• Opec tries to set production levels for each of the member countries
    • Micro problem• The problem that opec face is much the same as the problem that jack and Jill face in our story.• Opec countries would like to maintain a high price of oil.• Each member of the cartels is tempted to increase its production to get high profit• Opec member frequently agree to reduce production but then cheat on their agreement
    • Alternatives• Opec was not maintaining cooperation and high price.• The price of crude oil rose from $3 a barrel in 1972 to $11 in 1974 and then to $35 in1981.• 1980s member countries began arguing about production level and opec became at maintaining cooperation.• 1986 the price of crude oil had fallen back to $13 a barrel .
    • Conclusion• The member of opec have continued to meet regularly, but cartel has been less successful.• The price of oil rose significantly in 2005.• Oil demand increase in world market.• The price of crude oil adjusted for overall inflation• While this lack of cooperation its benefited consumer around the world.