Long–Bérenger Oil Agreement

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Long-Berenger Oil Agreement (April 1919) was an agreement between France and the United Kingdom over oil rights. This agreement delimited the oil interests in Russia and Romania, British (British Mandate of Mesopotamia) and French colonies. France received a 25% share in oil interests.[1] The agreement takes the names of the British petroleum minister, Sir Walter Long, and the French petroleum minister, Henri Bérenger, who negotiated the agreement.[2][3]

The Agreement became the basis for the San Remo Oil Agreement of 1920, which gave France a 25% share of Iraqi oil.[4]

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  1. ^ Paksoy,"U.S. And Bolshevik Relations", The Journal of Sophia Asian Studies, 1994.
  2. ^ Melby,Oil and the International System, 1981.
  3. ^ Gareth,"The British Government and the Oil Companies",The Historical Journal, 1977.
  4. ^ "Conference of San Remo". Encyclopædia Britannica. Retrieved 2007-10-24. 

References[edit]

  • Jones, G. Gareth (September 1977). "The British Government and the Oil Companies 1912-1924: The Search for an Oil Policy". The Historical Journal 20 (3): pp. 647–672. doi:10.1017/S0018246X00011286. JSTOR 2638433.