UK energy security: challenges, threats and solutions

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Abdo, H;
  • Publisher: Canadian Research & Development Center of Sciences and Cultures

Over the last few decades, the debate about 'Peak Oil' became increasingly common and frustrating to governments, oil companies and individuals. Also in the last decade or so, some unusual events took places, which have raised the concern about the future of energy reso... View more
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