Workshop Contributors. Foreword.- nSection I: Executive Summary; A Summary of the Discussions; P. Tempest.- nSection II: Prospects for The Global Energy Market. An Overview; D. Gore-Booth. A Political Perspective; Lord Howel of Guildford. An Analytical Perspective; M. Smith. An Economic Perspective.- nSection III: National Strategic Energy Interests. Energy Security and Unresolved Conflict in the Caucasus; T. Japaridze. Prospects for Russian Energy; E. Velikhov.-nSection IV: Evolving Roles of Multilateral Organisations and the Private Sector. Overview; R. Priddle. The International Energy Forum and Energy Security & Stability; A. Walther. The View from Brussels; A. Konoplyanik.- nSection V: Regional Challenges: The Middle East. National Strategic Energy Interests and Creating Regional Stability in the Middle East; R. Ebel. Emerging Threats to Energy Security and Stability; H. Franssen. Iraq: A Japanese Perspective; K. Katakura.- nSection VI: Regional Challenges: North Africa. Libya; O. Miles.The North African Challenges; F. Perrin.- nSection VII: Regional Challenges: The Caucasus Region, Caspian & Black Sea Basins. Turkey & NATO; D. Logan. Prospects for the Caucasus, the corridor between two Continents - Keynote Address; T. Japaridze. Tatarstan: Euro Islam in the Volga Region; R. Khakimov.- nSection VIII: Critical Energy System Infrastructure (CESI) - Emerging Threats to Shipping and Pipelines. Introduction; J. Flynn. Shipping: Vital, Vulnerable and Little Understood; P. Adamson. The Straits of Malacca: Critical Sea-Lane Chokepoint; T. Masuda.- nSection IX: Background Papers on The World Energy Market: G. Hancock. The Geo-Political Future of the Gulf. China and OPEC. Egypt - A Promise yet to be fulfilled. Egypt's Race for Gas Export Markets. Saudi Arabia. Saudi Society.Central Asia and The Caspian Basin.- nSection X: Initiatives Emanating from the Workshop W.D. Wood. Initiative: Energy Security and Unresolved Conflict in the Caucasus. Initiative on Pipelines Ports and Shipping Security - Building Public-Private Cooperation. Energy Security & NATO Strategic Interests After 9/11.- nSection XI: Press Coverage. Epolitix. loomberg News.- The Times.
Written by senior professionals in the Energy and Security Sectors
Covers prospects for the global energy market from a political, analytic and economic perspective
Includes the evolving roles of multilaterals and the private sector in energy security
Areas examined include the Middle East, North Africa, The Caucasus as well as the Caspian and Black Sea Basins
Also examines the emerging threat to shipping and pipelines