Energy security of supply in France and in Mexico : similarities and differences to better understand its future
Elizalde Baltierra, Alberto; Méritet, Sophie (2007), Energy security of supply in France and in Mexico : similarities and differences to better understand its future, The 27th annual North American conference of the USAEE, United States Association for Energy Economics, 2007-09, Houston, États-Unis
TypeCommunication / Conférence
Titre du colloqueThe 27th annual North American conference of the USAEE, United States Association for Energy Economics
Date du colloque2007-09
Ville du colloqueHouston
Pays du colloqueÉtats-Unis
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Résumé (EN)This paper aims to compare how two countries are facing the challenges of energy security of supply. Mexico, a member of NAFTA and a neighbour of the United States, has oil resources and is thinking how to answer to the increasing energy demand. France, one of the 27 member states of the European Union has been evolving from its position of being the "black sheep" and now displays an interesting position of protecting its national interests and its security of supply while still complying with the European vision.
Mots-clésUnion européenne; Electricité; Gaz; Mexique; France; Approvisionnement; Politique énergétique
Affichage des éléments liés par titre et auteur.
LNG in the Northwestern Coast of Mexico. Impact on Natural Gas on Both Sides of the U. S.-Mexico Border Elizalde Baltierra, Alberto; Rosellón, Juan; Méritet, Sophie (2006-02) Article accepté pour publication ou publié
International Relations and Security of Energy Supply : Risks to Continuity and Geopolitical Risks Keppler, Jan-Horst (European Parliament - Directorate General for External Policies of the UnionBruxelles, 2007-02) Rapport