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I've listed this article for peer review because I have been editing this page recently and adding a lot of information, and would like to check whether it is in alignment with Wikipedia's guidelines.
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I've listed this article for peer review because I have recently added a lot of new information to the page so would like to check it is alignment with Wikipedia's guidelines.
- @David Fuchs am doing my fortnightly PR census. Ping to see how you're going on this review. --Tom (LT) (talk) 07:25, 13 March 2021 (UTC)
I'll note User:Popdmas43 hasn't edited since November, but if they return/anyone else is interested, thoughts:
- The article features a lot of content in the lead that either doesn't need to be cited there, or else needs to be included in the body as well (WP:LEADCITE.)
- In terms of what's useful or appropriate for a general-purpose encyclopedia, but the month-by-month breakdown of prices for 2020 seems unnecessary.
- There's apparently unsourced passages throughout. If something is sourced in a following paragraph, it should still have a citation at the end of the previous one to make clear it's not unsourced. Sample of unattributed information includes:
- They are responsible for providing central information on the petroleum industry for the public, as well as advocating, researching and enhancing communication among the public and oil companies.
- The PAJ publish a range of oil statistics monthly on their website, including the JCC.
- The JCC pricing index is based on the average price of customs-cleared crude oil imports into Japan. The Ministry of Finance sector within the Japanese government publishes the data used to calculate the JCC each month.
- It wasn’t until 2015 when some of Japan’s nuclear plants were restarted, that JCC prices to return to a lower price. etc.
- Not sure what this sentence fragment is trying to say, so unable to fix: However, most East Asian nations continue to use the JCC to price LNG. cheaper alternative.
- I would change the graphics and charts for pricing into sidebars instead of their own section so the text flow isn't interrupted.
- Images should generally not have forced sizing so as to respect user preferences (see WP:MOSIMAGE.)
- Overall the sources used look decently reliable for the topic; the only one I would definitely recommend replacing is the History.com one (there are going to be much better sources for that information.)
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