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European Energy Studies Volume IV: Security of Oil Supplies

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European Energy Studies Volume IV: Security of Oil Supplies

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9789081690485 Edward Elgar Publishing
Giacomo Luciani, Adjunct Professor, Graduate Institute Geneva, Switzerland and Scientific Director of the Master in International Energy of the Paris School of International Affairs, Sciences-Po, France
Publication Date: March 2014 ISBN: 978 9 08169 048 5 Extent: 175 pp
This book was originally published by Claeys and Casteels, now formally part of Edward Elgar Publishing.

This book examines the potential threats to security of oil supplies: resource nationalism, political instability, international and domestic armed conflict, and terrorism or insurgency. A separate chapter is devoted to maritime choke points, such as the Strait of Hormuz.

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This book was originally published by Claeys and Casteels, now formally part of Edward Elgar Publishing.

The purpose of this book is to propose an innovative vision on the development process of the enlarged Mediterranean region. Triangulating the Gulf Cooperation Council, North Africa and the European Union into a unique cooperation scheme, the book highlights the strong complementarity that exists between these regions in the field of renewable energy.

The wide availability of Sovereign Wealth Funds' capital in the Gulf Cooperation Council, the great renewable energy potential of North Africa and the institutional support of the European Union are the three main pillars of this cooperation scheme. This triangulation would enhance not only the energy outlook of the overall Mediterranean region, but also its socio-economic development, ultimately promoting an enlarged area of cooperation, stability and peace.This book was originally published by Claeys and Casteels, now formally part of Edward Elgar Publishing.

The purpose of this book is to propose an innovative vision on the development process of the enlarged Mediterranean region. Triangulating the Gulf Cooperation Council, North Africa and the European Union into a unique cooperation scheme, the book highlights the strong complementarity that exists between these regions in the field of renewable energy.

The wide availability of Sovereign Wealth Funds' capital in the Gulf Cooperation Council, the great renewable energy potential of North Africa and the institutional support of the European Union are the three main pillars of this cooperation scheme. This triangulation would enhance not only the energy outlook of the overall Mediterranean region, but also its socio-economic development, ultimately promoting an enlarged area of cooperation, stability and peace.
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