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Geopolitics of Energy (The)


Geopolitics of Energy (The)
Authors : FAVENNEC Jean-Pierre

FAVENNEC Jean-Pierre

Graduate Engineer from the Ecole des industries chimiques (Chemical engineering) and from ENSPM  (IFP School - France)

Position:
Manager of the Center for Economics and Management at ENSPM (IFP School - France), Professor at ENSPM

Field of publication:
Petroleum refining economics

Author of about 20 scientific articles, Mr. Favennec was the editor of the following title, in French:
- Le raffinage du pétrole - Tome 5. Exploitation et gestion de la raffinerie (Ed. Technip)


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ISBN : 9782710809708
trade paperback      170 x 240 mm      321 pages
Publication date : June 2011

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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.

 

This book is available in French under the title "Géopolitique de l’énergie".


Contents :


Part 1. The Energy of Environment. 1. Different Forms of Energy. 2. Energy, Markets: Outlook and Challenges. 3. Structures of Energy Industries. 4. Energy Policies and Security of supplies. Part 2. Energy throughout the world. 5. The North American continent. 6. The South American Continent. 7. Europe. 8. The Commonwealth of Independent States. 9. Africa. 10. Asia Pacific. 11. The Middle East.

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