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Energy Supply Security: The Emergency Response of IEA Countries - 2014 Edition

Energy Supply Security: The Emergency Response of IEA Countries - 2014 Edition
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Edition: 2014
606 pages

Ensuring energy security is a core responsibility of the International Energy Agency and a priority for its member countries. Energy Supply Security: The emergency response of IEA countries (2014) provides an overview of the most recent oil and natural gas emergency policy reviews of the 29 IEA member countries, as well as those of key partners such as Chile, China, India and ASEAN. The publication assesses each country’s emergency arrangements for security of supply of oil and gas, their stockholding structure, demand restraint measures and fuel switching capacity, and also provides a summary of energy security best practice amongst the IEA membership and beyond.

This publication also includes an overview of the electricity security assessment framework recently developed by the IEA for the purposes of strengthening countries’ electricity security.


ENERGY SUPPLY SECURITY 2014
(by chapters)

The following parts can be downloaded separately but are excerpts from the Energy Supply Security 2014 publication. They are not intended as a stand-alone publication.

Part 1: CHAPTER 1: Overview - CHAPTER 2: Emergency oil response systems in IEA member countries - CHAPTER 3: Natural gas security in the IEA

Part 2: CHAPTER 4: Emergency response systems of individual IEA countries

AustraliaAustriaBelgiumCanadaCzech RepublicDenmarkEstoniaFinland, FranceGermany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, JapanKorea, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovak Republic, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States

Chapter 4 : References

Part 3: CHAPTER 5: Emergency response systems of individual IEA partner countries

ASEANChileChina (People's Republic of)India

Chapter 5 : References

Part 4: Annexes