Europe's Energy Dependence in the Current Petroleum Crisis
Sovereign between fuels, raw materials for industry leading longed important factor in the prosperity of peoples, "black gold" dominates contemporary civilization economy and authority, creating a true "oil era". Increasingly acute thirst for oil, caused, on the one hand, depletion of natural reserves and the increasing consumption on the other hand, is mobile efforts by developed countries to control more and more states in the Middle East, where are the main source of world oil. Almost half of the total mineral raw materials are the oil extracted. Because of this modern petroleum economy, direct or indirect influence on the development and location of the European economy.
Volume (Year): XI (2011)
Issue (Month): 2 (May)
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