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League of Oil Producing States

League of Oil Producing States
Ligue des états producteurs de pétrole
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HeadquartersGarrafrauns, Caldia
Official languageGaullican
TypeIntergovernmental organisation
Leaders
• Director
Soravia Mojmír Semanco
Establishment
• Statute
September 1976
• In effect
January 1978
Website
lops.org

The League of Oil Producing States (LOPS) is an intergovernmental organisation intended to promote coordination and the sharing of technology among the oil producing nations of the world. It was established on 12 September 1976 in response to disruptions in the international oil market caused by the 1975 Irvadistan War. The organization also serves as an information source for statistics on the international oil market and related industries. Its mission evolved to focus on the "3Es" of energy policy: export, energy security, and economic development. It has been criticized for working to advance the petroleum industry as global emissions resulted in climate change; LOPS advisers at times worked against the promotion of renewable energy. The organization has become increasingly fragmented between members in the Global North and Global South. Critics point to its inability to reach consensus on many issues and a significant decline in technology sharing between members.

Member states

Nation Membership years Population Production
(bbl/day)
Production region
 Zorasan 1993– 171,998,206 13,555,147 Solarian Sea
 Cassier 1976– 39,689,032 8,000,000 Haillet's Sea
 Tsabara 56,877,657 4,248,710 Solarian Sea
 Soravia 1976– 51,690,103 3,124,536 Haillet's Sea
 Yemet 1982– 61,991,000 3,040,987 Banfura Sea
 Nuxica 1976– 77,895,231 2,476,967 Vehemens Ocean
 Xiaodong 1985– 553,746,000 2,256,076
 Caldia 1976– 9,257,180 1,647,975 North Sea
 Mabifia 47,982,681 1,420,600 Banfura Sea
 Geatland 1976– 7,538,726 939,760 North Sea
 Satucin 1976– 125,105,368 548,421
 Amathia 1976– 35,852,332 514,526
LOPS Total TBD TBD