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Dynamique de l’offre pétrolière, stratégies d’investissement et comportements de stockage : Un état des lieux [ Oil supply dynamics, investment strategy and storage behavior: the current situation ]

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Cet article vise à mieux comprendre la relative inélasticité-prix de l’offre de pétrole et tente de démontrer, qu’au-delà du niveau des prix, la volatilité et la structure de marché ont une influence considérable sur la stratégie des firmes productrices tant à court terme qu’à long terme. Pour cela, différentes variables doivent être considérées : la nature du jeu stratégique entre les producteurs dans un contexte d’oligopole, la nature des chocs d’offre ou de demande jouant sur l’arbitrage production/stockage, ainsi que l’ampleur de l’incertitude à laquelle les producteurs doivent faire face lorsqu’ils s’engagent dans une stratégie d’investissement en capacité de production.

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  • Yves Jégourel, 2015. "Dynamique de l’offre pétrolière, stratégies d’investissement et comportements de stockage : Un état des lieux [ Oil supply dynamics, investment strategy and storage behavior: the current situation ]," Research papers & Policy papers 1514, Policy Center for the New South.
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    Offre pétrolière; investissement; stockage; inélasticité-prix; volatilité; structure de marché; chocs; demande; arbitrage; production;

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