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China, India and the United States : Competitions for energy resources / The Emirates Centre for Strategic Studies and Research.

By: Markaz al-Imarat lil-Dirasat wa-al-Bu·huth al-Istiratijiyah. Annual conference (12th : November 19-12, 2006 : Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates).
Contributor(s): The Emirates Centre for Strategic Studies and Research, ECSSR.
Publisher: Abu Dhabi, UAE : The Emirates Centre for Strategic Studies and Research, 2008Description: xxii, 589 p.: ill.; 25 cm.ISBN: 9789948009306 (hbk.):; 9789948009290 (pbk.).Other title: Competitions for energy resources.Subject(s): Energy policy -- Asia -- Congresses | Energy consumption -- Asia -- Congresses | Energy policy -- United States | Power resources -- Congresses | China -- Foreign economic relations -- India | India -- Foreign economic relations -- China | China -- Foreign economic relations -- United States | India -- Foreign economic relations -- United States
Contents:
Foreward/ Jamal S. Al-Suwaidi -- Introduction -- UAE energy policy: expanding production capacity and maintaining market equilibrium/ H.E. Mohammed bin Dha'en Al-Hamili -- The relationship between demand outlook and supply potential: a view to 2030/ Richard C. Vierbuchen -- Assessment of competition from major non-GCC producers: Iran, Russia and Venezuela/ Luis E. Giusti -- Quest for energy: the role of consumer governments and national oil companies/ Chietigj Bajpaee -- Geopolitics and market forces: political consequences of limited supply/ Nan Li -- Energy and strategic relations between the GCC, Asia and the United States: a challenging balancing act/ Adnan Shihab-Eldin -- ADNOC: boosting the UAE's key role in the regional and global energy markets/ Sultan Ahmad Al Mehairi -- Reliance on Middle East energy resources: relations between Guld producers and emerging consumers/ Saïd Nachet -- Gulf producers' policies: managing market competition, risks and opportunities/ Ibrahim A. H. Ismail -- Energy alliances in the ASEAN +3 and regional cooperation: integrated approaches to Asian energy security/ Katsuhiko Suetsugu -- The energy race between China and india: motivations and potential oppotunities for cooperation/ Jeffery G. Brown, Vijay Mukherji and Kang wu -- China: raising domestic production levels and boosting energy efficiency/ H.E. Ambassador Yusheng Gao -- China, India and the United States: competition for petroleum resources and prospects for cooperation/ Xiaojie Xu -- China's economic growth and its global quest for energy security/ Wenran Jiang -- India: pursuing energy security to fuel phenomenal economic growth/ H. E. Ambassador C. M. Bhandari -- The international competition for energy resources: India's prospective/ Talmiz Ahmad -- India's economic development and the energy agenda/ Leena Srivastava,...[et. al] -- The US-China-India triangle of strategic energy interests: US perpectives/ Mikkal E. Herberg -- Is a new US petroleum strategy coming into view?/ Sara A. Emerson.

Includes bibliographical references (p.547-569) and index.

Foreward/ Jamal S. Al-Suwaidi -- Introduction -- UAE energy policy: expanding production capacity and maintaining market equilibrium/ H.E. Mohammed bin Dha'en Al-Hamili -- The relationship between demand outlook and supply potential: a view to 2030/ Richard C. Vierbuchen -- Assessment of competition from major non-GCC producers: Iran, Russia and Venezuela/ Luis E. Giusti -- Quest for energy: the role of consumer governments and national oil companies/ Chietigj Bajpaee -- Geopolitics and market forces: political consequences of limited supply/ Nan Li -- Energy and strategic relations between the GCC, Asia and the United States: a challenging balancing act/ Adnan Shihab-Eldin -- ADNOC: boosting the UAE's key role in the regional and global energy markets/ Sultan Ahmad Al Mehairi -- Reliance on Middle East energy resources: relations between Guld producers and emerging consumers/ Saïd Nachet -- Gulf producers' policies: managing market competition, risks and opportunities/ Ibrahim A. H. Ismail -- Energy alliances in the ASEAN +3 and regional cooperation: integrated approaches to Asian energy security/ Katsuhiko Suetsugu -- The energy race between China and india: motivations and potential oppotunities for cooperation/ Jeffery G. Brown, Vijay Mukherji and Kang wu -- China: raising domestic production levels and boosting energy efficiency/ H.E. Ambassador Yusheng Gao -- China, India and the United States: competition for petroleum resources and prospects for cooperation/ Xiaojie Xu -- China's economic growth and its global quest for energy security/ Wenran Jiang -- India: pursuing energy security to fuel phenomenal economic growth/ H. E. Ambassador C. M. Bhandari -- The international competition for energy resources: India's prospective/ Talmiz Ahmad -- India's economic development and the energy agenda/ Leena Srivastava,...[et. al] -- The US-China-India triangle of strategic energy interests: US perpectives/ Mikkal E. Herberg -- Is a new US petroleum strategy coming into view?/ Sara A. Emerson.

The ECSSR's 12th Annual Energy Conference entitled: China, India and the United States: Competiton for Energy Resources, held from November 19-12, 2006 in Abu Dhabi.--FORWARD.

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