Sabotage, Terror and Politics: Dealing with crises in energy management

Posted: 10/29/2010
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Energy security is at the top of many European governments' international policy agendas. The recent stand-off between Russia and the Ukraine has, once again, thrust the issue into the spotlight and shown how vital it is that energy supplies are secured at the source. While the European parliament has just adopted new legislation aimed at

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