6 edition of Towards the Control of Oil Resources in the Caspian Region found in the catalog.
by Palgrave MacMillan
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||248|
by Dr Kumar In an attempt to emphasize how sordid the connection between business and politics can get, some news articles have raked up the issue of links between the Taliban and the US prior to the 9/11 incident, highlighting their joint efforts to access oil and gas supplies from the Caspian Sea region. The decades-long struggle for control over oil and natural gas resources, infrastructure and influence in the Caspian region has been referred to as the ‘New Great Game’, with Europe, China, the US and Russia typically cited as the main by: 9.
The ability of countries to export greater volumes of Caspian crude oil and natural gas will depend on how quickly domestic energy demand rises in those countries, how quickly they can build additional export infrastructure to global markets, and whether expensive projects to develop Caspian resources can attract sufficient investment. Shows oilfields, gasfields, pipelines, refineries, concession areas, and tanker terminals. Relief shown by shading. Depths shown by contours and gradient tints. "AI (R) " Also covers Black Sea region. Sheet also issued folded to 19 x 26 cm. Includes notes and directory of "Major energy companies in the Caspian Sea region". Available also through the Library of Congress .
The Caspian-Caucasus region has received considerable attention over the past eight years. The old potential of this colossal territory is so significant that the analytical centres of the world's largest oil and refining companies consider it to be more . Figure 5—Caspian Region Gas Outlook That said, the importance of Caspian energy resources to global en-ergy supplies and energy security should not be overstated. In com-parison to the global energy resource base, Caspian oil and gas re-serves, as shown in Figures 4 and 5, represent a tiny fraction of overall supplies.
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It is an important book to the current struggle for the control of energy reserves in this region. By looking at political, economic, strategic, historical, social, and cultural aspects this book draws a complex picture of the competition on exploitation and transport of energy resources from the Caspian region.5/5(1).
Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Towards the Control of Oil Resources in the Caspian Region at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.5/5(1). This book provides an introduction to the current struggle for control of the energy reserves in the Caspian region (Russia, Iran, Turkmenistan, Kaza.
Towards the control of oil resources in the Caspian Region. [Mehdi Parvizi Amineh] -- "This book provides an introduction to the current struggle for control of the energy reserves in the Caspian region (Russia, Iran, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, and Azerbaijan).
Over the past decade the Caspian Sea region has risen from relative obscurity to considerable prominence in global affairs. Located at the crossroads of traditional trade routes between Europe and Asia and possessing vast natural resources, oil and natural gas among them, it attractswidespread international interest.
The EU-Energy Security and Geopolitical Economy: The Persian Gulf, the Caspian Region and China Towards the control of oil resources in the Caspian region Although much attention is paid. Globalisation, Geopolitics and Energy Security in Central Eurasia and the Caspian Region, (The Hague: Clingendael International Energy Program, ).
Towards the Control of Oil Resources in the Caspian Region, (New York: St. Martin's Press. The Geopolitics of Energy in the Caspian Basin Zeinolabedin, Y. *, Yahyapoor M. and Shirzad, Z. Department of Human Geography, Islamic Azad University, Rasht, Guilan, Iran ABSTRACT: After the Soviet Union fragmentation, the attentions of regional and international countries have turned to this region for oil and gas discovery in the Caspian Cited by: 5.
PART Caspian Region, Oil and Geopolitics S. Kolundiæ REVIEW During the s Caspian region and its oil and gas potentials opened the way to new optimism. Expectations were huge. However, at the beginning of the new century some doubts appeared about real energy potentials of the region.
Oil and gas reserves are below expectations, and a. The Caspian Sea has been the focus of states and peoples in and out of the area for the last decade. The surrounding states are interested in getting a decent share of the lake's resources. The industrial states are interested in taking the oil, gas and other natural wealth of the Caspian Sea to world markets as soon as possible.
The master's thesis looks at the militarization in the Caspian Basin countries since It treats as a turning point in the level of militrization in the region. The research is carried out by combining both quantitative and qualitative research approaches.
Carver, J., and G. Englefield, The future development of the Caspian Sea. Oil and Gas Law and Taxation Review, 1, According to Carver and Englefield, “If the Caspian Sea were treated as an inland lake, the littoral States would have to divide the whole area between them, each sector being under the absolute sovereignty of the relevant coastal state with no rights of Cited by: 3.
It is estimated that the Caspian Sea region holds in reserves billion barrels of oil and trillion cubic feet of natural gas in reserve.
This new book explores details related to energy exploration and the potentials of trade and production in this geo-politically significant region. He is author of several books, including Towards the Control of Oil Resources in the Caspian Region () and Central Eurasia in Global Politics: Conflict, Security and Development [with Henk Houweling] ().
The resource base. The Caspian Sea region is one of the oldest oil-producing regions in the world. History records use of petroleum seeps back to 4 BC by soldiers of Alexander the Great.
Azerbaijan is considered to have been the birthplace of Caspian oil with commercial extraction commencing in the latter part of the 19th by: Table Military expenditure in the Caspian Sea region, in local 84 currencies, – Table Military expenditure in the Caspian Sea region, in US 85 dollars, – Table Military expenditure as a percentage of gross domestic 86 product, – Part II.
National perspectives on security in the Caspian Sea region 6. Author of Globalisation, Geopolitics and Energy Security in Central Eurasia and the Caspian Region, Central Eurasia In Global Politics, and Towards the Control of Oil Resources in the Caspian Region.
Towards the control of oil resources in the Caspian region Amineh, Mehdi Parvizi, () Centralʹnaja Azija v sisteme globalʹnych otnošenij: sbornik materialov konferencij ; [materialy dvuch konferencij: "Kazachstan v Uslovijach Globalizacii" i "Regionalʹnaja Ėkonomičeskaja Bezopaznostʹ v Ėpochu Globalizacii", [Almaty], [ca.
The Caspian Sea is an important, if often-overlooked, region for the United States. Many of the challenges the U.S. faces around the world, such as a resurgent Russia, an emboldened Iran, a.
Notably, various ambiguities attend the Caspian Sea’s legal regime and have thereby complicated efforts to exploit the region’s oil and gas resources. Moreover, environmental issues plague expansionist approaches with a lack of cooperative accords among littoral and trans-regional powers, which have contributed to poorly synchronised Author: Dayyan Janbaaz, Mehrdad Fallah.
discovery of oil in the Caspian Sea region. With the discovery of “Black Gold” in the Caspian Basin came visions of unimaginable wealth, a modern day El Dorado.
But little did investors in the mid-nineteenth century know of the political, economic and social turbulence that would surround the Caspian oil industry in the century to come. In thisFile Size: KB.Caspian Sea Discourse-Commissioned by the Council on Foreign Relations in to formulate a set of recommendations for U.S.
policy on the Caspian region. Caspian Sea Library -The Library provides background papers, maps, charts and statistics on export options for Caspian oil.Interesting book on oil exploration and deal-making in the Caspian Sea region.
Also interesting background on a part of the world I don't know much about. The book tends to jump between different stories at times and tends to ramble as well.4/5.