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Cameroonian LP Gas Sector Study

ACCESSIBILITY ACCIDENTS AGRICULTURAL WASTE ARTERY ASSOCIATED GAS AUTOMOTIVE FUEL AVAILABILITY BRIDGE BRIDGE CROSSING BURNERS COMMERCE COMMERCIAL ENERGY COMMERCIALIZATION COMPETITIVENESS CONSUMPTION OF PETROLEUM COST OF TRANSPORTATION CRUDE OIL DEMAND FORECAST DEPOT DEPOTS DIESEL DIESEL FUEL DISTRIBUTION FACILITIES DISTRIBUTION INFRASTRUCTURE DISTRIBUTION NETWORK DOMESTIC GAS DOMESTIC MARKET DOMESTIC MARKETS DOMESTIC PETROLEUM DOMESTIC SUPPLY DRIVING EFFICIENT MARKET ELECTRICITY ENERGY BALANCE ENERGY CONSUMPTION ENERGY SOURCE ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION FINANCIAL COMPENSATION FREIGHT FUEL FUEL OIL FUEL PRICES FUELS GAS ASSOCIATION GAS COMPANIES GAS CONSUMERS GAS CONSUMPTION GAS DATA GAS DISTRIBUTION GAS FLARING GAS FLARING REDUCTION GAS INDUSTRY GAS POLICY GAS PRICES GAS RECOVERY GAS SECTOR GAS STORAGE GAS TO INDUSTRY GAS-PRODUCING COUNTRIES GASOLINE GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT HYDROCARBON EXPLORATION HYDROCARBON SECTOR HYDROCARBONS INSPECTION INTERNATIONAL INVESTORS INTERNATIONAL MARKET INTERNATIONAL MARKETS INTERNATIONAL OIL COMPANIES INVENTORY KEROSENE LIQUEFIED PETROLEUM GAS LP GAS LP GAS SECTOR IMPROVEMENT STUDY MARKET CONDITIONS MARKET DEVELOPMENT MARKET FAILURE MARKET FAILURES MARKET FORCES MARKET LIBERALIZATION MARKET PENETRATION MARKET SUPPLY MARKETING MEANS OF TRANSPORT MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION MODE OF TRANSPORTATION MONOPOLIES MONOPOLY MOTOR GASOLINE NATIONAL ENERGY NATIONAL OIL NATIONAL RAILWAY NATURAL RESOURCES OBSOLESCENCE OIL AND GAS OIL COMPANIES OIL COMPANY OIL FIELDS OIL INDUSTRY OIL PRICE OIL PRICES OIL PRODUCTION OIL PRODUCTS OIL SECTOR PETROLEUM PETROLEUM ENGINEERING PETROLEUM GAS PETROLEUM INDUSTRY PETROLEUM PRODUCT PRICES PETROLEUM PRODUCTS PETROLEUM PRODUCTS INDUSTRY PETROLEUM SECTOR PETROLEUM STORAGE PIPE PIPING POPULATION GROWTH POWER PRICE DIFFERENTIALS PRICE FLUCTUATIONS PRICE INCREASES PRICE LIBERALIZATION PRICE SPIKES PRICE STABILIZATION PRIVATE SECTOR PRIVATE SHAREHOLDERS PURCHASING RAIL RAIL TRANSPORTATION RAILROAD RAILWAY RAILWAYS RAW MATERIAL REFINERIES REFINERY REFINING RETAIL ROAD ROAD CONDITIONS ROAD TRANSPORT ROADS ROUTE SAFETY SAFETY ISSUES SALE SALES SOURCE OF ENERGY SPREAD STANDARD OF LIVING STEAM PRESSURE STOCKS STORAGE CAPACITY STORAGE FACILITIES STORAGE FACILITY SUPPLY CHAIN SURPLUS TAX TOLL TRANSIT TRANSPORT TRANSPORT CAPACITY TRANSPORT MODE TRANSPORT MODES TRANSPORTATION TRANSPORTATION CAPACITY TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT TRANSPORTATION NETWORK TRANSPORTS TRIP TRIP TIME TRIPS TRUCKS VEHICLES VOLATILE INTERNATIONAL WEALTH WHOLESALE PRICE
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Nigeria
2013-03-14T17:33:21Z | 2013-03-14T17:33:21Z | 2007-02-28

This study is a small-scale follow-up to an earlier World Bank study that analyzed the market failure of LPG in Nigeria and developed a roadmap to develop the use of LPG in that country to its full potential. Given the success of the Nigerian LPG work, it seemed obvious that other oil and gas-producing countries could benefit from the insights gained in Nigeria. Not unlike Nigeria, Cameroon has a thriving oil industry, yet it continues to flare most of its associated gas, burning more than enough LPG in the process to meet all its domestic needs and leave more for exports, while at the same time, it is importing LPG at world prices. Clearly, ifany country qualifies for an LPG policy review, it is Cameroon.

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