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European Union - Fourteenth Report

Here you can browse the report which was ordered by the House of Lords to be printed 12 February 2002.


CONTENTS
  • EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
  • Part 1—The Nature of Energy Security
  • Part 2—The Green Paper
  • 11 September 2001—Terrorism
  • Supply side policies
  • Oil markets and producer/consumer dialogue
  • World oil supply.
  • Nuclear
  • Gas
  • Coal
  • Renewables
  • Electricity
  • Demand side policies
  • Energy efficiency
  • Other subjects covered by the Green Paper
  • Research and Development (R&D)
  • Climate Change and environment
  • Taxing energy
  • Part Three—The Committee's views on major issues raised by the Green Paper that relate specifically to the United Kingdom
  • What happens if the European energy market fails to liberalise fully?
  • Short/medium term threat to United Kingdom gas supplies
  • Free market and long-term contracts
  • Terminals
  • Nuclear power generation
  • PART 1: INTRODUCTION: THE NATURE OF ENERGY SECURITY
  • A market solution, or should governments intervene?
  • Liberalisation and regulation
  • Dependence on a limited number of suppliers
  • Managing risk
  • PART 2: THE GREEN PAPER—TOWARDS A EUROPEAN STRATEGY FOR THE SECURITY OF ENERGY SUPPLY
  • Background
  • Energy in a European context
  • A role for the European Commission?
  • Equivalent standards of emergency preparedness
  • The events of 11 September
  • Liberalisation
  • Supply side policies
  • Oil markets and producer/consumer dialogue
  • World oil supply
  • Nuclear
  • Gas
  • Coal
  • Renewables
  • Electricity
  • Demand side policies
  • Energy efficiency
  • Other subjects covered by the Green Paper
  • Research and Development (R&D)
  • Climate change and the environment
  • Taxing energy
  • PART 3: THE COMMITTEE'S VIEWS ON MAJOR ISSUES RAISED BY THE GREEN PAPER THAT RELATE SPECIFICALLY TO THE UNITED KINGDOM
  • What happens if the European energy market fails to liberalise fully?
  • Gas storage
  • Short to medium term threat to United Kingdom gas supplies
  • Free market and long-term contracts
  • Terminals
  • Preserving the nuclear option
  • Appendix 1: Membership of Sub-Committee B

    Appendix 2: Call for Evidence

    Appendix 3: List of Witnesses

    Appendix 4: List of Recommendations


     
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