Red Gas: Russia and the Origins of European Energy Dependence

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Springer, 28.12.2012 - 279 Seiten
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This book applies a systems and risk perspective on international energy relations, author Per Högselius investigates how and why governments, businesses, engineers and other actors sought to promote – and oppose– the establishment of an extensive East-West natural gas regime that seemed to overthrow the fundamental logic of the Cold War.
 

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Inhalt

1 Introduction
1
The Rise of the Soviet Natural Gas Industry
13
3 Toward an Export Strategy
31
The Pioneer
45
5 Bavarias Quest for Energy Independence
67
The SovietAustrian Experience
89
Natural Gas as Ostpolitik
105
8 Constructing the Export Infrastructure
135
10 Scale Up or Phase Out?
167
11 From Soviet to Russian Natural Gas
197
12 Conclusion
217
Acknowledgments
237
Notes
239
Bibliography
263
Index
269
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Importing Soviet Gas in Practice
151

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Über den Autor (2012)

Per Högselius is Associate Professor of History of Technology and International Relations at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Stockholm, Sweden. Earlier works include The Dynamics of Innovation in Eastern Europe (2005), among others, and he has published numerous book chapters and articles on related topics in Energy Policy, Utilities Policy, Europe-Asia Studies, and other academic and policy journals.

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