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Originally published by Ballinger, this book is a result of an Atlantic Council study of U.S. international relationships on energy. It examines the uncertainties of a political, strategic, economic, and technological nature that are involved in energy supply, as well as the unavoidable certainty of finite resources. The authors compile case studies and commentaries, and recommend actions for the United States and its allies to take to insure the security of our energy supply and the efficiency of its use. They address topics such as: U.S. energy and foreign policy in the 1980's; international energy in the 1980's; and U.S. energy relations with Canada, Mexico, Venezuela, Japan, and the Arab oil-producing states of the gulf. Co-published with the Atlantic Council of the United States.
|Publication date:||30th November 1988|
|Author:||John E. Gray, Henry H. Fowler, Joseph W. Harned|
|Publisher:||University Press of America|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
|Categories:||Energy industries & utilities, Central government, Microeconomics, International relations,|
John E. Gray is president of the International Energy Associates Limited, and chairman and co-rapporteur of the Atlantic Council's Energy Committee. Henry H. Fowler, co-chairman of the Energy Committee, is a partner in Goldman Sachs & Co., and former secretary of the treasury. Joseph W. Harned is co-rapporteur and project director of the Energy Committee and deputy director general of the Atlantic Council.More About John E. Gray, Henry H. Fowler, Joseph W. Harned