Citations with the tag: ENERGY security
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- CRN: U.S. Reshaping Global Strategy Based on Energy Independence.
// Chinascope; May/Jun2012, Issue 57, p41
The article discusses the commentary previously published in the March 12, 2012 issue of "China Review News" journal which focused on the global economic impact of the improved energy independence of the U.S. in 2011.
- CAN WE DECLARE ENERGY INDEPENDENCE?
Rousseau, Steve // Popular Mechanics; Jun2012, Vol. 189 Issue 6, p70
The article focuses on the 2012 Citigroup reports, according to which the U.S. could achieve energy independence by 2020.
- U.S., Mexico seek deal on oil crossing border.
Rousseau, Steve // Memphis Automotive Report; Oct2011, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p11
The article reports on the move between the U.S. and Mexico to conduct further negotiations regarding their collaboration on oil crossing border that will improve energy security in North America and the Gulf of Mexico.
- Energy Freedom Day.
Rousseau, Steve // State Journal (WV); 4/5/2013, Vol. 29 Issue 14, p9
The article provides brief historical overview of the celebration of the Energy Freedom Day in the U.S. for the period starting from January 1, 1952 to March 1, 2012.
- Gundersen Health System campus achieves energy independence.
Rousseau, Steve // Health Facilities Management; Jul2012, Vol. 25 Issue 7, p6
The article reports that the Onalaska medical campus of Gundersen Health System in Wisconsin has achieved energy independence by producing more British thermal units than it consumes, which is believed to be a first for any U.S. medical campus as of July 2012.
- Fracking innovations enhancing energy independence.
Cohen, Bonner // Hill; 5/1/2012, Vol. 19 Issue 54, following p5
The article focuses on the shale energy revolution in the U.S., a revolution in the natural resources in the country which has the ability to convert it to affordable energy.
- Now Is the Time to Believe in Energy Independence.
Kozera, Greg // State Journal (WV); 4/29/2011, Vol. 27 Issue 17, p29
In this article, the author discusses the benefits of energy independence and examines how natural gas from Marcellus shale and other reservoirs in West Virginia can contribute to it.
- Securing energy for America's future.
Newell, Richard // Hill; 9/12/2011, Vol. 18 Issue 122, p36
The article focuses on the best way to improve energy security in the U.S. which can be done by managing risk through tempering energy consumption growth, increasing energy efficiency, and the importance to moderate energy demand growth in developing countries.
- 'Blueprint to nowhere': Here we go again.
Grossman, Peter Z. // Indianapolis Business Journal; 5/9/2011, Vol. 32 Issue 10, p11A
In this article, the author discusses the second national energy plan from the Obama administration entitled "Blueprint for a Secure Energy Future" in which he says that it was just a waste of time and has made energy dilemmas worsen , he points out that the government only creates technological...
- (Hydro)Power to the people.
Grossman, Peter Z. // New Internationalist; Mar2012, Issue 450, p12
The article reports on a group of villagers in Kenya who are generating hydroelectric power from the Nyamindi river dealing with topics including the expense of electricity from Kenya's national grid and how the energy source is encouraging the community to protect the river.
- Declining Consensus.
Fiano, Andrea // Global Finance; Jun2012, Vol. 26 Issue 6, p2
An introduction is presented in which the editor discusses the global impact of energy independence in the U.S.
- ACE SPEAKS OUT AGAINST PICKLES' DECISION.
Fiano, Andrea // Builders Merchants Journal; Feb2013, p22
The article focuses on the decision of secretary Eric Pickles for the rejection of the consequential improvements rule, an energy efficiency initiative by the government in Great Britain, in the Building Regulations.
- Romania, Lithuania go ahead with shale gas.
Fiano, Andrea // Modern Power Systems; Mar2013, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p6
The article reports that Eastern Europe countries which include Ukraine, Romania and Lithuania have opted for unconventional gas exploration deals to reduce energy dependence on Russia.
- Breakthrough promises new offshore energy source.
Fiano, Andrea // TCE: The Chemical Engineer; Apr2013, Issue 862, p6
The article reports that Japan has successfully extracted natural gas from frozen subsea deposits, considered as a world first and a significant progress towards improved energy security for the country.
Kowar, LuAnn; Magness, Bill; Riley, Vince; Stoll, Anna; Taylor, Debra; Matteucig, Michael Joseph; Parratto-Wagner, Nanette; York, Robert; Pittman, Susi; Cachianes, John; VanEtten, Margot; Pendergast, Mary; Nutter, Kiena; Herro, Steve; Jonas, Robert A.; Nespoli, Edmund; Grass, Andre J.; Ronan, Marian; Buzone, Liz; Drallmeier, Gail // U.S. Catholic; Apr2011, Vol. 76 Issue 4, p30
The article presents several feedbacks regarding the dependence of Americans on oil, the most effective way for the church to get its message across about care for creation and the biggest challenge in ending oil addiction.
- Running out of steam.
Kowar, LuAnn; Magness, Bill; Riley, Vince; Stoll, Anna; Taylor, Debra; Matteucig, Michael Joseph; Parratto-Wagner, Nanette; York, Robert; Pittman, Susi; Cachianes, John; VanEtten, Margot; Pendergast, Mary; Nutter, Kiena; Herro, Steve; Jonas, Robert A.; Nespoli, Edmund; Grass, Andre J.; Ronan, Marian; Buzone, Liz; Drallmeier, Gail // Engineer (00137758); 10/31/2011, Vol. 296 Issue 7827, p10
The article focuses on the report published by the British Parliament Energy and Climate Change Committee members of parliament (MPs), which argues that the British government should start strategic thinking about the energy security in Great Britain.
- Book reviews.
Dahl, Carol // Energy Journal; 1997, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p129
Reviews the book `The Economics of Energy Security,' by Douglas R. Bohi, Michael A. Toman with a contribution by Margaret A. Walls.
- New Offshore Petroleum Exploration Investment Worth $380m.
Scott, Fiona // Australian Maritime Digest; Dec2011, Issue 208, p3
The article offers information on the 380 million dollars offshore petroleum exploration investment in waters in Western Australia that will have the potential to benefit Australia's long term energy security.
- Our View: Fiona Russell Horne.
Scott, Fiona // Builders Merchants Journal; Feb2013, p5
In this article, the author presents her views on the Energy Bill Revolution, a campaign committed to ensure warm homes and lower energy bills in Great Britain.
- Homegrown energy is good for ag, consumers.
Carrico, Jennifer // High Plains Journal; 6/6/2011, Vol. 129 Issue 23, p6B
The article reports that energy security for agricultural consumers is provided by homegrown energy in the U.S.
- The Nexus between Czech Non-State Actors and Domestic Foreign Policy Making in the EU Presidency Context.
NEUMAN, MAREK // Perspectives: Central European Review of International Affairs; Summer2011, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p5
Holding the EU Council Presidency presented the Czech Republic with an unprecedented opportunity to leave its imprint on, among others, EU foreign policy making by co-shaping the EU's political agenda. Due to the predominantly intergovernmental character of EU foreign policy, understanding its...
- Book reviews.
Adelman, M.A. // Energy Journal; 1997, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p148
Reviews the book `Maintaining Energy Security in a Global Context,' by William F. Martin, Ryukichi Imai and Helga Steeg.
- Report highlights scale of energy security challenge.
Adelman, M.A. // Farmers Weekly; 10/28/2011, Vol. 156 Issue 18, p25
The article reports that the British government has been urged to create a clearer energy security strategy in protecting future farm energy supplies to deal with increasing global energy prices.
- Genuine Partnership or a Marriage of Convenience?
Cheru, Fantu; Obi, Cyril // Foreign Policy in Focus; 6/24/2011, p2
The article focuses on the competition between India and China to build a stronger relationship with Africa. It claims that this competition centers on the issues of energy security, access to Africa's untapped markets, and diplomatic influence. It predicts that India may gain the advantage over...
- Student book reviews.
Jain, Kiran C. // Journal of International Affairs; Spring98, Vol. 51 Issue 2, p701
Reviews the book `Maintaining Energy Security in a Global Context,' by William F. Martin, Ryukichi Imai and Helga Steeg.
- IN THE CONGRESS.
Jain, Kiran C. // National Wetlands Newsletter; Mar/Apr2012, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p31
The article offers news briefs related to the delegated legislations introduced by house representatives in the U.S. including Deficit Reduction, Job Creation, and Energy Security Act, San Francisco Bay Restoration Act, and State Waters partnership Act in 2012.
Boehmer-Christiansen, Sonja // Energy & Environment; 2012, Vol. 23 Issue 4, pi
An introduction is presented in which the author discusses various reports within the issue on topics including energy security, nuclear waste disposal, and biofuels.
- It's time to take advantage of our diverse energy.
Harbert, Karen // Hill; 9/12/2011, Vol. 18 Issue 122, p37
The article discusses the opportunity to create jobs and increase energy security in the U.S. by taking advantage of the abundant and diverse energy supplies such as boosting oil and natural gas production.
Wei, Yi-Ming; Okada, Norio // Natural Hazards; Aug2012, Vol. 62 Issue 1, p1
An introduction is presented in which the editor discusses various reports within the issue on topics including energy security, climate change and natural disasters.
- What price energy security.
Roberts, Nigel // INSEAD Knowledge Publications; Apr2012, Vol. 5 Issue 8, p16
The article discusses the INSEAD Energy Network Conference in London, England in March 2012. It states that alternative energy sources may provide one way to low carbon future, but its cost might deter its implementation due to global financial crisis. Energy security is considered to be a...
- Yeni Enerji Jeopolitiginde NATO'nun Enerji G�venliginde Tamamlayici Rol� ve T�rkiye'nin Potansiyel Katkilari.
Iseri, Emre; Dilek, A. Oguz // Journal of Gazi Academic View; 2012, Vol. 5 Issue 10, p229
Energy-related issues gained a prominent place within the NATO's new strategic concept declared during the Lisbon Summit (November 20, 2010). This final strategic concept is to address two new sources of threat within the new energy geopolitics - 'resource nationalism' and 'energy terrorism' -...
- Book reviews.
Iseri, Emre; Dilek, A. Oguz // Middle East; Jan97, Issue 263, p33
Reviews the book `Maintaining Energy Security in a Global Context,' by William F. Martin, Ryukicchi Imai and Helga Steeg.
- Proclamation 8878--National Energy Action Month, 2012.
Obama, Barack // Daily Compilation of Presidential Documents; 10/1/2012, Special section p1
A summary is presented of Proclamation 8878 or the National Energy Action Month, 2012, signed by U.S. president Barack Obama on October 1, 2012 and published in the Federal Register on October 4, 2012.
- ENERGY SECURITY POSSIBLE FOR THE U.S., REAFFIRMS NEW STUDY.
Obama, Barack // TIPRO Target Newsletter; 11/8/2012, Vol. 15 Issue 22, p3
The article informs that maintaining energy security and reducing oil imports are the main objective of the U.S. government and mentions that the government should support development and exploration of domestic energy sources in order to ensure energy security.
- Nuclear Fantasy.
NAIDOO, KUMI // Foreign Policy; Jan/Feb2012, Issue 191, p1
A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article "Think Again: Nuclear Power" by Charles D. Ferguson in the November 2011 issue, which dealt with nuclear power, energy security, and climate change; also presented is a response to this letter from Ferguson.
- Achieving energy security in South Asia.
Kohli, Pranay // Environmentalist; Sep2012, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p360
South Asia is experiencing unprecedented energy scarcity due to population growth, inadequate infrastructure, lack of investment, and other factors. However, energy security is one of the basic requirements of economic growth, and as its extension, for social harmony. This article identifies...
- Compressed natural gas: Promising power.
MARSH, DON // Concrete Products; Nov2012, Vol. 115 Issue 11, p4
An introduction is presented in which the editor discusses various reports within the issue on topics including Ozinga Brothers Inc., refuse trucks, and domestic energy security.
- DECC claims slammed as "misleading".
MARSH, DON // Forecourt Trader; Jan2013, p4
The article reports that Petrol Retailers' Association chairman Brian Madderson has criticized the British government's Department of Energy & Climate Change for publishing dangerously misleading comments on the security of British fuel supplies.
- ABC Effect and Resonance Structure in the Double-Pionic Fusion to �He.
Perez del Rio, E.; Bashkanov, M.; Clement, H.; Doroshkevich, E.; Pricking, A.; Skorodko, T.; Wagner, G. J. // EPJ Web of Conferences; 2012, Issue 37, p09029-p.1
Historically the double-pionic fusion to �He is the reaction, where the ABC effect (low-mass enhancement of the pp-invariant mass spectrum) was observed for the first time more than 50 years ago. Meanwhile exclusive and kinematically complete high-statistics measurements with WASA at COSY...
- TransTech Energy Conference Highlights Transitional Technologies.
KASEY, PAM // State Journal (WV); 12/7/2012, Vol. 28 Issue 47, p12
The article offers information on the inaugural TransTech Energy Business Development Conference that took place in Morgantown, West Virginia in November 2012, which highlighted transitional technologies.
- THE EASTERN PARTNERSHIP: CHARACTERISTICS AND CHALLENGES.
van Elsuwege, Peter // Studia Universitatis 'Petru Maior': Historia; 2010, Vol. 10, p205
The Eastern Partnership is expected to facilitate progress on concrete issues such as visa liberalisation and energy security. In order to overcome Russian discourse based on competing spheres of influence, the Union faces a challenge to clearly communicate the objectives and principles of the...
- READERS' OPINION.
Mueller, Jim; Pared, Tony // Caribbean Business; 4/14/2011, Vol. 39 Issue 14, p20
In this article the authors are particular on the misuse or abuse of emergency flashing lights in the public, may it be in school buses, ambulances, and police cars, and the Puerto Rico's heavy dependence on petroleum for electric power generation.
- POSITIONS OF THE STATES INVOLVED IN ENERGY PROJECTS IN THE SOUTH CAUCASUS.
STEFAN, GEORGESCU; MARİLENA, MUNTEANU; TABRİZ, GARAYEV; COSTEL, STANCA // Analele Universitatii Maritime Constanta; 2012, Vol. 13 Issue 18, p289
South Caucasus (also referred to as Transcaucasus), is a region situated to the south of the Greater Caucasus Mountain Range, composed of Georgia, Azerbaijan and Armenia. Due to the rich oil reserves of the Caspian Sea basin and geostrategic importance of the Caucasus as a crossroad between...
- Energy independence main goal in fracking debate.
Harris, Ben // New Jersey Jewish News; 2/9/2012, Vol. 66 Issue 6, p29
The article reports on the fracking debate in which American Jewish Committee has considered energy independece as its major policy objectives during a panel discussion on February 6, 2012 in New York.
- India Should Promote Economic Ties with Bangladesh.
ROY, JAYANTA // India -- West; 9/16/2011, Vol. 36 Issue 43, pA8
In this article the author discusses the need for India to promote economic ties with Bangladesh. He states that skillful diplomacy is being considered by India to access Bangladeshi imports. The author notes that gas from Southeast Asian countries which will pass through Bangladesh will help...
- Valero CEO Sees More Imports Of Canadian Oil.
ROY, JAYANTA // Pipeline & Gas Journal; Apr2012, Vol. 239 Issue 4, p4
The article reports on the forecasts of Valero Energy Corp. chief executive Bill Klesse regarding the elimination of the imported light, sweet crude oil at the U.S. Gulf Coast by 2016 due to crude oil production from the U.S. and Canada shale.
- Japan's Middle East policy: ‘still mercantile realism’.
Miyagi, Yukiko // International Relations of the Asia-Pacific; May2012, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p287
Japan's vital interests, both its energy security and US alliance, are at stake in the Middle East. Change in Japan's Middle East policy is charted over three periods, from a stance independent of the United States to one increasingly aligned with US policy. This is explained in terms of four...
- Tight gas market is vulnerable.
Miyagi, Yukiko // Electric Light & Power; Oct2002, Vol. 80 Issue 10, p20
Cites a report by Energy Security Analysis Inc. which suggests that the media has severely constrained the gas industry's ability to develop resources and produce an imminent supply crisis in the U.S. Percentage decline in the production of gas in the year 2002; Impact of the increase in demand...
- Freeing Indian Energy Development from the Grips of Cottion: Advancing Energy Independance for Tribal Nations.
Fredericks, Thomas W. // Federal Lawyer; Apr2013, Vol. 60 Issue 3, p57
An excerpt from an article related to energy independence for tribal nations from the website located at www.fedbar.org is presented.
- Asian oil demand set to slow further.
Fredericks, Thomas W. // Asian Business Review; Mar1995, p25
Reports on the Asian oil market's crude oil consumption for 1994 according to American research company Energy Security Analysis Inc. (ESAI). Discrepancy between ESAI's consumption estimates with that of the International Ebergy Agency; Factors affecting oil consumption discrepancies; Effects...