Security study maps choices for China, India, and Russia

China, India, and Russia will be pivotal to a “new energy security paradigm” outlined in a recent study by the World Economic Forum (WEF) in partnership with Cambridge Energy Research Associates (CERA).The roles of those countries “will weigh on both the supply and demand elements,”the study says in an introduction to analyses of all three.The study notes that key elements of energy security-such as supply sources, demand centers, geopolitics, market structures, and institutions-have changed since the targeted oil embargo by Arab exporters in 1974. Arguing for consideration of those changes in modern analyses of energy security, it says new concerns have arisen, su...

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