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The globalization of energy [electronic resource] : China and the European Union / edited by M. Parvizi Amineh and Yang Guang.

Contributor(s): Amineh, Mehdi Parvizi | Guang, Yang.
Material type: TextTextSeries: International comparative social studies: v. 21.Publisher: Leiden [The Netherlands] ; Boston : Brill, 2010Description: 1 online resource (xxi, 362 p.) : ill., maps.ISBN: 9789004190573 (electronic bk.); 9004190570 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Power resources -- China | Power resources -- European Union countries | Globalization -- China | Globalization -- European Union countries | China | European Union countries | Globalization | Power resources | Environmental Studies | Business | TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Power Resources -- General | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Industries -- Energy | SCIENCE -- Energy | Energiepolitik | Energievorrat | Internationaler Wettbewerb | China | Europ�aische UnionGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Globalization of energy.DDC classification: 333.79 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Introduction : tapping global energy stocks : energy security challenges for the European Union and China / M. Parvizi Amineh & Yang Guang -- EU-China energy relations and geopolitics : the challenges for cooperation / Frank Umbach -- Russia's emerging place in the Eurasian hydrocarbon energy complex / Robert M. Cutler -- The energy policy of the Islamic Republic of Iran towards the European Union and China / Eva Patricia Rakel -- Crouching tiger, hidden dragon : India, China, and the dynamics of energy security / S. Philip Sen -- China's oil supply strategy: the case of Saudi-Arabia and Sudan / Chen Mo -- China's renewable energy development targets and implementation effect analysis / Shi Dan -- China's energy security: increasing dependence on foreign oil and solutions favored by Beijing students and researchers / Eduard B. Vermeer -- Japan's evolving nuclear energy policy and the possibility of Japan-China nuclear energy cooperation / Raquel Shaoul -- Transition management and institutional reform : the case of a transition to hydrogen as a motor fuel in the Netherlands / Daniel Scholten.
Summary: Since the conclusion of the 1985 trade and cooperation agreement between the European Community and China, a new political dynamic has been set in motion between two emerging entities: industrializing China and integrating Europe. It is reflected in, among others, European Commission policy strategy papers and, probably more importantly, in numerous sectoral dialogues and agreements. Europe has become China's largest export destination. For the E.U., China has become its second largest trading partner and its most important source of imports.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction : tapping global energy stocks : energy security challenges for the European Union and China / M. Parvizi Amineh & Yang Guang -- EU-China energy relations and geopolitics : the challenges for cooperation / Frank Umbach -- Russia's emerging place in the Eurasian hydrocarbon energy complex / Robert M. Cutler -- The energy policy of the Islamic Republic of Iran towards the European Union and China / Eva Patricia Rakel -- Crouching tiger, hidden dragon : India, China, and the dynamics of energy security / S. Philip Sen -- China's oil supply strategy: the case of Saudi-Arabia and Sudan / Chen Mo -- China's renewable energy development targets and implementation effect analysis / Shi Dan -- China's energy security: increasing dependence on foreign oil and solutions favored by Beijing students and researchers / Eduard B. Vermeer -- Japan's evolving nuclear energy policy and the possibility of Japan-China nuclear energy cooperation / Raquel Shaoul -- Transition management and institutional reform : the case of a transition to hydrogen as a motor fuel in the Netherlands / Daniel Scholten.

Since the conclusion of the 1985 trade and cooperation agreement between the European Community and China, a new political dynamic has been set in motion between two emerging entities: industrializing China and integrating Europe. It is reflected in, among others, European Commission policy strategy papers and, probably more importantly, in numerous sectoral dialogues and agreements. Europe has become China's largest export destination. For the E.U., China has become its second largest trading partner and its most important source of imports.

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