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File 10/1 VIII Bahrain Oil Concession [‎176r] (379/555)

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The record is made up of 1 volume (270 folios). It was created in 15 Apr 1934-3 Jul 1934. It was written in English and Arabic. The original is part of the British Library: India Office The department of the British Government to which the Government of India reported between 1858 and 1947. The successor to the Court of Directors. Records and Private Papers.

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BALTIC TRADING CO., Ltd.
Producers' Agents for Sale of
Kerosene, Lubricating, Solar and Black Oils.
general import and export
merchants and agents,
brokers for the sale and
chartering of tank steamers.
55 BISHOPSGATE, LONDON, E.C.2
Telephone: AVE. 1411-1412. Telegrams: "BALTISKOE. LONDON/'
BLUNDELL'S
PATENT.
"ATMOS" VALVE
For PRESSURE AND VACUUM RELIEF
OF PETROL AND OTHER SPIRIT TANKS.
PREVENTS EVAPORATION LOSSES
MAINTAINS A PERFECT GAS-TIGHT SEAL.
Booklet and Particulars on REguEST.
lele^rams; Blundell, Phone. London." Telephone; East 1533.
- BLUNDELLS AND -
T. ALBERT CROMPTON
& CO., LTD
Engineers, Coppersmiths & Brass Founders, etc.
Works: WEST INDIA DOCK ROAD, LIMEHOUSE, LONDON.
Branch Works : Tilbury Docks. Essex . Telephone : Tilbury 33
486
more accurately, from t
time to the end of last
Dutch West Indies ha
leading consignors. 0
latter as practically r(
recent years crude from
of most of the Dutch W
supplies have fallen in
place, with those fiom
almost the same great
United States had for s<
to say that this revolut
in the three years since
Many reasons may h
Foremost must surely 1
tariffs and their conseqi
foreign oils to be foun
for protecting her own
over-production, but, as
a policy not without dig
There are signs this
some of the British tr
current exchange rates,
difficult to visualise a r
supremacy.
Other factors, soim
detailed effects, have un(
ing the changes made cl(
are the measure of agre
interests now existent 1
and the Anglo-Persian oi
of the Standard of New J
the Pan-American deal;
leading international oi
years ago decided on cer
geographical distributiori
markets.
Some of these factor
American oils by no mes
in revenue to American c
this has not been the case
tell, America may indire<
proportion from the Brit
would suggest.
While Dutch West Ind
have been changing plac
constant share of the tra
ence. From the standpoi
and employment one can
finished oils for imports (
crude oils declined from
while refined products r<
million gallons. This rei
function of the company'!-
to a manufactory of spe(
The trade has no desire
system, or any degree of (
oil refining, but there are
be national advantages ir
domestic production of a
as indigenous coal can ne 1
on a competitive basis fo
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DURRANT'S PRESS CUTTINGS
St. Andrew s House, 32 to 34 Holborn Viaduct,
and 3 St. Andrew Street, Holborn Circus, E.C.I.
Telephone: CENTRAL 314S.
:
luting fromJhe .
Dated May "lb.,
•1934
/f*}
May 5, 1^4.
THE PETROLEUM TIMES.
485
THE
BALTIC TRADING CO., Ltd.
Producers' Agents for Sale of
Kerosene, Lubricating, Solar and Black Oils.
general import and export
merchants and agents.
BROKERS FOR THE SALE AND
CHARTERING OF TANK STEAMERS.
55 BISHOPSGATE, LONDON, E.C.2
Telephone: AVE. 1411-1412, Tel«gr.mi: "BALTISKOE. LONDON.*'
be slc *f*
th,S
t> ,pen<l'w re a
costs to
v^\th
looi on
ott^ e: I
st..^
BLUNDELL'S
MERCURY
TYPE.
"ATMOS" VALVE
For PRESSURE AND VACUUM RELIEF
OF PETROL AND OTHER SPIRIT TANKS.
PREVENTS EVAPORATIO
maintains a perfect gas-tight seal.
Booklet and Particulars on Request.
Telegrams; '• Blundell, Phone, London." Telephone: East 1533.
- BLUNDELLS AND -
T. ALBERT CROMPTON
& CO., LTD
Engineers, Coppersmiths & Brass Founders, etc.
Works; WEST INDIA DOCK ROAD, LIMEHOUSE, LONDON.
Branch Works : TILBURY DOCKS, KSSHX.
Telephone : Tilbury 33
"REDEVENTZA" S .A.
Str. Georges Clemenceau 2.
bucharest
EXPORT OF ALL KINDS OF
PETROLEUM PRODUCTS
"REDEVENTZA" (British) OIL Co., Ltd.
Southern House, Cannon Street, London, E.C. 4
j
LEADING FEATURES OF THIS ISSUE
Event and Comment
London Oil Share Market
British Controlled Oilfields, Ltd ..
The New Oil Areas of Russia
Letters to the Editor
The Spanish Petroleum Monopoly
Petroleum Matters in France
Our Miscellanea Page • • • •
United Kingdom Oil Suppliers • •
The Petroleum Import Trade of the United Kingdom • •
Regular Grade Cracked Gasoline and " Q Grade Ethyl Compared
Home and Foreign Oil Markets . •
Page
469
470
471
474
476
477
480
482
485
489
495
498
PETROLEUM TIMES
Editorial and Publishing Offices:
4, Broad Street Place, London, E.C.2.
Cables; " Petrofield, London." Phone: London Wall 6648.
Saturday, May 5, 1934-
UNITED KINGDOM OIL SUPPLIERS.
THE same figures, it is often said, can be so used to
fit diverse arguments. But similar statistics for a
consecutive period of years, such as those of the United
Kingdom oil supplies given in this issue, can be used with
fairness to reach certain general conclusions. No survey
giving a clear indication of the trend as to oil-consigning
countries over a period of six years has been published
before In the future much of this information will be
supplied monthly by the Board of Trade, but for the
figures until this year the collation of such statistics has
entailed great effort. This survey is paiticularly oppor
tune in that it covers a period of revolutionary change,
as the graph accompanying the article depicts clearly.
To afl but those to whom figures are mere dead things
these data well repay study. They give rise to many
interesting observations, a few of which may bcnotccL
Firstly, there has been a since 1928,

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Content

The volume contains correspondence and telegrams between the Political Agent A mid-ranking political representative (equivalent to a Consul) from the diplomatic corps of the Government of India or one of its subordinate provincial governments, in charge of a Political Agency. in Bahrain, the Political Resident A senior ranking political representative (equivalent to a Consul General) from the diplomatic corps of the Government of India or one of its subordinate provincial governments, in charge of a Political Residency. in Bushire and representatives of the Bahrain Petroleum Company Limited (BAPCO) on the storage tanks calibration for the purpose of calculating the royalties payable to the Sheikh of Bahrain and on the first shipments of oil from Bahrain to Japan and Singapore.

The volume includes a copy of the draft lease contract with notes (folios 55-64), newspaper cuttings on oil in Bahrain and House of Commons' questions on Bahrain (folios 204-205). There are letters in Arabic with English translation, to and from the Sheikh.

There is an index at the end of the volume (folios 248-258).

Extent and format
1 volume (270 folios)
Arrangement

The documents in the volume are arranged in chronological order. There is an index at the end of the volume (folios 248-258). The index is arranged chronologically and refers to documents within the volume; it gives brief description of the correspondence with a reference number, which refers back to that correspondence in the volume.

Physical characteristics

The main foliation system starts on the 5th sheet with 1 and finishes with 259, wich is the last number given, on the 5th sheet from the back of the volume; these numbers are written in pencil, are circled and may be found in the top right corner of the recto The front of a sheet of paper or leaf, often abbreviated to 'r'. side of each folio.

Foliation anomalies: 56A and 56B; 57A and 57B; 58A and 58B; 60A and 60B; 61A and 61B; 61A and 61B; 63A and 63B.

Foliation omissions: folio 233

A second foliation sequence starts on folio 14 and continues through to folio 247; the numbering for this sequence starts at 13. These numbers are also written in pencil and may be located in the same position as the main sequence.

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English and Arabic in Latin and Arabic script
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