Un Monde de Brut

by Serge Enderlin, Serge Michel, Paolo Woods


Photographs: Serge Enderlin, Serge Michel, Paolo Woods

Text: Antonio Tabucchi, Serge Enderlin, Serge Michel

Publisher: Seuil

334 pages

Pictures: 87 duotone photos

Year: 2003

ISBN: 9782020604901

Price: 22

Comments: signs of wear; French

'Un Monde de Brut' is a behind the scenes investigation of the oil industry. Paolo Woods, Serge Michel and Serge Enderlin, have been out in the field exploring the new world of oil. Travelling from the ice-locked platforms of Siberia to the burning deserts of Iraw, from a tycoon's air-conditioned offices in Houston to the miserable oilfields of Baku, from the endless steppe of Kazakhstan to the shantytowns of Angola, they followed the new pipelines through the lawless valleys of George and shopped with the oligarchs in Dubai.

Covering twelve countries in four continents they focused on areas that are, or will be, the new production hubs and pivotal points in the precarious equilibrium of the oil trade. Indeed, the world is thirstier than ever for oil and America, the thirstiest of all, no longer trusts Saudi Arabie to quench its crude dependency, so the hunt for new sources is open.

'Un Monde de Brut' follows the routes of this black gold, revealing dramatic and fascinating stories that are too often left untold.


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Un Monde de Brut

by Serge Enderlin, Serge Michel, Paolo Woods


Photographs: Serge Enderlin, Serge Michel, Paolo Woods

Text: Antonio Tabucchi, Serge Enderlin, Serge Michel

Publisher: Seuil

334 pages

Pictures: 87 duotone photos

Year: 2003

ISBN: 9782020604901

Price: 22

Comments: signs of wear; French

'Un Monde de Brut' is a behind the scenes investigation of the oil industry. Paolo Woods, Serge Michel and Serge Enderlin, have been out in the field exploring the new world of oil. Travelling from the ice-locked platforms of Siberia to the burning deserts of Iraw, from a tycoon's air-conditioned offices in Houston to the miserable oilfields of Baku, from the endless steppe of Kazakhstan to the shantytowns of Angola, they followed the new pipelines through the lawless valleys of George and shopped with the oligarchs in Dubai.

Covering twelve countries in four continents they focused on areas that are, or will be, the new production hubs and pivotal points in the precarious equilibrium of the oil trade. Indeed, the world is thirstier than ever for oil and America, the thirstiest of all, no longer trusts Saudi Arabie to quench its crude dependency, so the hunt for new sources is open.

'Un Monde de Brut' follows the routes of this black gold, revealing dramatic and fascinating stories that are too often left untold.


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Un Monde de Brut

by Serge Enderlin, Serge Michel, Paolo Woods


Photographs: Serge Enderlin, Serge Michel, Paolo Woods

Text: Antonio Tabucchi, Serge Enderlin, Serge Michel

Publisher: Seuil

334 pages

Pictures: 87 duotone photos

Year: 2003

ISBN: 9782020604901

Price: 22

Comments: signs of wear; French

'Un Monde de Brut' is a behind the scenes investigation of the oil industry. Paolo Woods, Serge Michel and Serge Enderlin, have been out in the field exploring the new world of oil. Travelling from the ice-locked platforms of Siberia to the burning deserts of Iraw, from a tycoon's air-conditioned offices in Houston to the miserable oilfields of Baku, from the endless steppe of Kazakhstan to the shantytowns of Angola, they followed the new pipelines through the lawless valleys of George and shopped with the oligarchs in Dubai.

Covering twelve countries in four continents they focused on areas that are, or will be, the new production hubs and pivotal points in the precarious equilibrium of the oil trade. Indeed, the world is thirstier than ever for oil and America, the thirstiest of all, no longer trusts Saudi Arabie to quench its crude dependency, so the hunt for new sources is open.

'Un Monde de Brut' follows the routes of this black gold, revealing dramatic and fascinating stories that are too often left untold.


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more books tagged »oil industry« | >> see all

more books tagged »French« | >> see all

A collector's choice by josefchladek.com