International Energy Security
This chapter identifies a range of energy security issues for both importing and exporting states. It also clearly raises concerns broader than security of oil supply, though the importance of oil to economic growth is reflected in the relative weight of international regulation pertaining to oil security in particular. It demonstrates a wide range of international legal instruments' impact upon energy security. It notes that these impacts range from facilitating and protecting inward energy investments, and constraining discriminatory unilateral action to protect domestic industry, to providing a treaty basis for energy security cooperation by energy-dependent importing states, exporting states, and an amalgam of energy importing, exporting, and transit states.
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