Energy Cooperation in the Western Hemisphere: Benefits and Impediments available in Paperback
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Energy Cooperation in the Western Hemisphere examines the state of energy cooperation among 11 Western Hemisphere oil and natural gas producers and the opportunities for greater cooperation. The result of more than two years of extensive in-country research and interviews with key stakeholders including governments and major oil and gas interests, the study is distinguished by its comprehensive approach and detailed country-by-country analysis of current conditions and future projects. Sidney Weintraub and his coauthors examine the critical historical factors, technical challenges, dangerous conditions, and political tensions, divisions, and disagreements that have hampered hemispheric cooperation.
About the Author
Sidney Weintraub holds the William E. Simon Chair in Political Economy at CSIS.
What People are Saying About This
Energy Cooperation in the Western Hemisphere ...captures the essence of these energy issues and succinctly discusses the opportunities and challenges ahead for the political leadership in the countries involved. (Guy Caruso, Administrator, Energy Information Administration)
Richly detailed and persuasively argued...A must read for policymakers, business executives, and students of the hemisphere. (Thomas F. (Mack) McLarty III, President, Kissinger McLarty Associates)