China's Choices about Energy Security Safeguards and Their Causes
OGEL 1 (2008),
in China Energy Law and Policy
This paper analyzes the efficacy of a variety of energy security safeguards for dealing with two primary forms of energy insecurity, namely energy supply disruption and energy expense increase. It presents China's attitudes and actions towards these safeguards and activities, concluding that China continues to emphasize the reduction of energy expense pressure on its economy and society and advance lucrative energy activities, while at the same time dealing with energy supply disruption has yet to emerge as a focal point of China's energy enterprise. Finally, this paper indicates the domestic ...
H. Wang; "China's Choices about Energy Security Safeguards and Their Causes"
OGEL 1 (2008), www.ogel.org