Energy Markets: Analysis of More Past Mergers Could Enhance Federal Trade Commission's Efforts to Maintain Competition in the Petroleum Industry Page: 4 of 69
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Figure 1: FTC's Premerger Review Program 10
Figure 2: U.S. Petroleum Mergers (2000-2006) 13
Figure 3: U.S Petroleum Mergers, by Transaction Value (2000-2007) 14
Figure 4: U.S. Petroleum Mergers, by Segment (2000-2007) 16
Figure 5: Percentage of Global Upstream Petroleum Mergers, by
Region or Country (2000-2007) 19
Figure 6: U.S. Midstream Petroleum Mergers (2000-2006) 20
Figure 7: U.S. Downstream Petroleum Mergers, by Subsegment
Figure 8: Upstream Market Concentration, Based on Worldwide
Crude Production (2000-2006) 25
Figure 9: Changes in U.S. Regional Refinery Concentration (2000 to
Figure 10: Number of States with Unconcentrated, Moderately
Concentrated, or Highly Concentrated Wholesale Gasoline
Supply Markets (2000-2007) 30
Figure 11: Wholesale Gasoline Supplier Concentration Levels (2000
and 2007) 31
GAO-08-1082 Energy Markets
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United States. Government Accountability Office. Energy Markets: Analysis of More Past Mergers Could Enhance Federal Trade Commission's Efforts to Maintain Competition in the Petroleum Industry, report, September 25, 2008; Washington D.C.. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc296436/m1/4/: accessed July 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.