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CANKAYA UNIVERSITY OFFICE OF BASIC AND ELECTIVE COURSES -ENGLISH UNIT-. ENERGY AND NON-OPEC DEVELOPING COUNTRIES FOR ENG 205 COURSE WEEK 7. WARM-UP. Do you agree or disagree with the statement?Why? “When we run out of petrol, we (human beings) will again be on horseback.”.
ENERGY AND NON-OPEC
FOR ENG 205 COURSE
“When we run out of petrol, we (human beings) will again be on horseback.”
e.g: Alice dressed swiftly.
e.g: Turkish economy is “growing” swiftly.
e.g: Job openings were outpacing the supply of qualified workers.
e.g: He easily outpaced the other runners.
e.g: Demand isoutpacing production.
e.g: To set up a business with astarting capital of £100 000 seems a bit risky.
e.g: The government wants to attract foreign capital.
e.g: Public/Military/Government expenditure
e.g: The government plans to increase expenditure on health.
e.g: The budget provided for a total expenditure of £27 billion.
e.g: bank loans with low interest rates
e.g: It took three years to repay my student loan (= money lent to a student).
e.g: a car loan (= a loan to buy a car)
e.g: the world’s largest / major / leading exporter of cars
e.g: The country is now a net exporter of fuel (= it exports more than it imports).
e.g: The country has to import most of its raw materials.
e.g: goods imported from Japan into the US
e.g: customs imported from the West
e.g: renewable sources of energy such as wind and solar power
e.g: The main drawback to it is the cost.
e.g: This is the one major drawback of the new system.
e.g: We aim to help you move house with minimum disruption to yourself.
e.g: disruptions to rail services
e.g: The strike caused serious disruptions.
e.g: the urgent need to exploit the sources of the Irısh Sea
e.g: countries exploiting the rainforests for hardwood
e.g: No minerals have yet been exploited in Antarctica.
e.g: Some countries lack a suitable economic infrastructure.
e.g: There is no panacea for the country’s economic problems.
e.g: The movie was not a commercial success (= did not make money).
e.g: Gibsons failed to see the commercial value of his discovery.
e.g: the indigenous peoples / languages of the area
e.g: The kangaroo is indigenous to Australia.
e.g: Blueberries are indigenous to America.
increase faster than
non-opec developing nations
important role in energy markets
other non-opec developing countries
imported fossil fuels, nuclear fission and renewable resources
Answer: Non-OPEC developing countries
Answer: More than a dozen non-OPEC developing countries are currently net oil or gas explorers.
Answer: Many NODCs are relatively unexplored for fossil fuel resources, they can contribute to future world petroleum supply.
Answer: By granting them low interest loans for exploration and development of petroleum, natural gas and coal.
IT IS ALL GREEK TO ME!