Energy Security Intensification Determinants In The Chains Of Final Energy Value Creation
Presently, in the times of various threats and frequent economic, social and political crises – Energy Security Intensification is of key importance for the constant development of the Global Society. Energy Security is the term that cannot be unequivocally defined and determined in the global grasp. In the economically, ethnically, culturally and socially diversified world there are different views as well as the awareness concerning sources of possible threats and crises. Various threats that can have influence on possible critical situations depend on the regional division. The following threat factors can be distinguished here: resource ones, technological ones, social ones, economic ones and political ones. Geographical differentiation of the above mentioned determinants makes it necessary to adopt a multidimensional attitude to the notion of energy security as well as ecological and economic security.
Volume (Year): 2 (2010)
Issue (Month): 1 (December)
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