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Transatlantic Energy Strategies and Resource Nationalism: The New European Energy Landscape

Oct 25, 2010

On October 21, the Center on the United States and Europe and the Energy Security Initiative at Brookings, and the Berlin-based Global Public Policy Institute (GPPi) hosted a discussion of the new European energy landscape and its ramifications for the transatlantic alliance. Energy experts and officials from both sides of the Atlantic addressed critical issues, including security of supply, resource nationalism, shale gas and oil production, alternative and renewable technologies, and the impact of the financial crisis. In their remarks, David Goldwyn of the U.S.




BILAT-USA (Grant Agreement no: 244434) and Link2US (Grant Agreement no: 244371) Projects are co-funded by the European Union’s Capacities Programme on International Cooperation under the 7th Framework Programme for Research and Technological Cooperation.