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Investing in Energy Security Risk Mitigation (December 2009)
The publication addresses challenges facing the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) region in achieving a secure and sustainable energy future. It discusses government roles in ...
Emerging Global Energy Security Risks (December 2008)
This publication is the result of the analyses and discussions conducted by the Energy Security Forum on the global dimensions of emerging energy security ...
Investing in Energy Security Risk Mitigation (January 2008)
ECE Energy Series No. 34 Sales Number: E.08.II.E.16 ISBN 987-92-1-116993-5 ISSN: 1014-7225
Emerging Global Energy Security Risks (January 2007)
This publication is the result of the analyses and discussions conducted by the Energy Security Forum on the global dimensions of emerging energy security risks facing UNECE member States. It ...
Energy Security Risks and Financial Markets (CD ROM) (January 2004)
This interactive CD-Rom captures the views of Energy Security Forum members on film footage, audio visual presentations and text of how energy security risks and the financial markets affect each ...
UNECE and Security of Energy Supply Roundtable (January 2003)
Roundtable on the "Security of Energy Supply" was organised in Geneva on 20 November 2002, at the time of the 12th Annual Session of the ...
New Energy Security Threats (January 2003)
Rising tensions in the Middle East, new attacks on oil tankers or terrorist operations in major oil producing countries could have profound effects on global energy markets. New Energy Security ...
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