New Energy, New Geopolitics

New Energy, New Geopolitics

Author: Sarah O. Ladislaw

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781442228528

Category: Political Science

Page: 72

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The second background report in the New Energy, New Geopolitics series, this report evaluates the geopolitical and national security impacts of the dramatic increase in the production of shale gas and light tight oil in the United States.

New Energy, New Geopolitics

New Energy, New Geopolitics

Author: Sarah O. Ladislaw

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781442228368

Category: Political Science

Page: 64

View: 321

This report evaluates the energy and geopolitical shifts that have arisen from the production of shale gas and light tight oil in the United States.

New Energy, New Geopolitics

New Energy, New Geopolitics

Author: Sarah O. Ladislaw

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781442228542

Category: Political Science

Page: 44

View: 200

The third background report in the New Energy, New Geopolitics series, this report examines the dramatic increase in the production of shale gas and light tight oil in the United States and suggests possible energy scenarios and strategies could emerge from the unconventional revolution. This report pairs with the original "New Energy, New Geopolitics" report and two other background reports, all available from Rowman & Littlefield: New Energy, New Geopolitics: Balancing Stability and Leverage New Energy, New Geopolitics: Background Report 1: Energy Impacts New Energy, New Geopolitics: Background Report 2: Geopolitical and National Security Impacts

New Energy, New Geopolitics

New Energy, New Geopolitics

Author: Sarah O. Ladislaw

Publisher: Center for Strategic & International studies

ISBN: 1442228490

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 46

View: 698

This report evaluates the energy impacts of the dramatic increase in the production of shale gas and light tight oil in the United States. It examines how the unconventional energy trend has already impacted energy economics and policy and then posits several possible energy futures that could emerge from the unconventionals revolution.

The New Geopolitics of Energy

The New Geopolitics of Energy

Author: John V. Mitchell

Publisher: Brookings Inst Press

ISBN: STANFORD:36105020377458

Category: Energy policy

Page: 224

View: 221

This study traces the shifts that have taken place with the expansion of non-OPEC oil production, market liberalization, political competition in the Middle East, the re-emergence of Russia as a primary oil and dominant gas exporter, and the explosive rise of East Asian energy demand. Cutting across these changes are concerns about climate change and the management of nuclear power and its full cycle.

New Energy, New Geopolitics

New Energy, New Geopolitics

Author: Sarah O. Ladislaw

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781442228504

Category: Political Science

Page: 48

View: 678

This report evaluates the energy impacts of the dramatic increase in the production of shale gas and light tight oil in the United States.

The New Energy Crisis

The New Energy Crisis

Author: J. Chevalier

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9780230242234

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 295

View: 726

The New Energy Crisis comes from the recent intrusion of climate change issues into energy economics and geopolitics. Global warming reveals that the current evolution of the world energy consumption is on an unsustainable path. This book explores economic and geopolitical tensions and reinforces ways to overcome the crisis.

The New Geopolitics of Natural Gas

The New Geopolitics of Natural Gas

Author: Agnia Grigas

Publisher: Harvard University Press

ISBN: 9780674971837

Category: Political Science

Page: 416

View: 620

As the United States aggressively expands its exports of liquefied natural gas, it stands poised to become an energy superpower. This unanticipated reality is rewriting the conventional rules of intercontinental gas trade and realigning strategic relations among the United States, the European Union, Russia, China and beyond, as Agnia Grigas shows.

The Geopolitics of Energy

The Geopolitics of Energy

Author: Jean-Pierre Favennec

Publisher: Editions TECHNIP

ISBN: 2710809702

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 314

View: 827

Rarely has the world's energy sector known such a complicated and fragile environment as that being experienced in 2011. Energy demand is increasing rapidly because of growth in the developing countries. It is largely met by fossil fuels : oil, natural gas and coal, and also by hydraulic and nuclear power. The use of all these forms of energy now gives rise to controversy. A year after the uncontrollable oil leaks from the Macondo well in the Gulf of Mexico, the consequences of the accident are still being debated. The development of shale gas, currently the source of half natural gas production in the United States, meets strong opposition in a number of European countries. Even more serious, the accident at Fukushima has put into question the future development of nuclear power, particularly in Europe but also in the USA. There is considerable criticism of the use of coal, which is the source for most of the energy needs in China and a number of developing countries, because of its emissions of CO2 and other pollutants. Even traditional biomass, whose use leads to deforestation and to respiratory diseases, and the development of hydraulic power are the subject of debate. How should one judge between these different energies ? How can decisions be taken between reducing consumption and increasing production ? What is the future for new renewable energies ? These are the issues at stake on the energy sector. This book appears just at the right time to provide clear and well documented replies to the questions that all of us, as energy users, are posing. How are the different forms of energy produced ? What does the future hold for them ? Who are the players active in the energy scene ? What are the supply constraints ? What is the impact of the strong growth in India and China on energy resources ? The book is in two parts. The first sets out the major characteristics of the energy sector. The second provides an analysis of the global energy issues region by region and details the geopolitical aspects. This work is well illustrated and accessible to all, as it does not require any specific prior knowledge. It will particularly interest readers seeking a global perspective of a sector that is fundamental both to our economy and also for our international policies.

Russia, Eurasia and the New Geopolitics of Energy

Russia, Eurasia and the New Geopolitics of Energy

Author: Roger E. Kanet

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781137523730

Category: Political Science

Page: 252

View: 138

By combining perspectives from experts in domestic politics, regional politics, and specialists in international security, this edited volume focuses on the central role of energy production and supply in the Russian-Western completion across Eurasia.

The New Geopolitics of Energy

The New Geopolitics of Energy

Author: John V. Mitchell

Publisher:

ISBN: OCLC:654604052

Category: Energy policy

Page: 196

View: 879

This path-breaking study attempts to define a new international dimension to energy policy that takes account of the dramatic political changes since the oil crises of the 1970s. This 'new geopolitics of energy' is creative rather than defensive, aligned to market-oriented development rather than state management. But governments have a role in promoting stable international conditions for trade and investment in energy, which in turn contribute to wider political stability; the development of more widely acceptable options for nuclear power; coordinated international action to mitigate the risks of climate change and other environmental impacts. This book is invaluable reading for executives and analysts in the energy business, and for strategic thinkers who believe that broader policies should in keeping with current energy trends.

Russia, Eurasia and the New Geopolitics of Energy

Russia, Eurasia and the New Geopolitics of Energy

Author: Roger E. Kanet

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781137523730

Category: Political Science

Page: 252

View: 700

By combining perspectives from experts in domestic politics, regional politics, and specialists in international security, this edited volume focuses on the central role of energy production and supply in the Russian-Western completion across Eurasia.