Energy Supply and Use in Developing Countries: A Fresh Look at Western (OECD) Interests and U.S. Policy Options by John E. Gray
It is in the interest of the United States and the other industrialized nations that the economic well-being of the developing countries be enhanced. Adequate supply and effective use of energy at reasonable cost are a necessary underpinning for economic development. The developing countries need assistance in assessing, planning, financing, and implementing energy supply programs. This volume examines the issues and options related to energy supply, use and financing in developing countries. Co-published with the Atlantic Council of the United States.