Red Gas: Russia and the Origins of European Energy Dependence
Springer, 28.12.2012 - 279 Seiten
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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The Rise of the Soviet Natural Gas Industry
3 Toward an Export Strategy
5 Bavarias Quest for Energy Independence
The SovietAustrian Experience
Natural Gas as Ostpolitik
8 Constructing the Export Infrastructure
Importing Soviet Gas in Practice
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