5 edition of Natural Gas Vehicles: A National Security Perspective found in the catalog.
Natural Gas Vehicles: A National Security Perspective
Charles K. Ebinger
by Georgetown Univ Center for
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Our goal is to provide information and analysis to improve energy security, address global climate change, and alleviate energy poverty and environmental injustice. We consistently provide high quality public education, strategic insights, and policy solutions by examining issues at the intersection of geopolitics, policy, markets, and technology. vehicles to run on natural gas is a demonstration of real American corporate leadership that will be good for their bottom line, the environment and the country. AT&T recognizes that our reliance on foreign oil is one of the greatest threats to our national security—hopefully others will follow their lead.
Project on National Security Reform (PNSR) The Power of People: Building an Integrated National Security Professional System for the 21st Century: No: U.S. Government Report: Usability/Human Factors, Government Organizations: Quadrennial Defense Review: Today an electric vehicle using an average mix of U.S. power generation sources — coal, natural gas, nuclear and renewables — emits roughly grams per mile, or 25 percent less.
MARITIME TRANSPORTATION SECURITY ACT OF Extension of Deepwater Port Act to natural gas. Sec. Assignment of Coast Guard personnel as sea marshals and enhanced use a security perspective. (10) Securing entry points and other areas of port facilities and examining or inspecting containers would increase security at United States. In the U.S. Energy Information Administration’s (EIA) Annual Energy Outlook (AEO) Reference case, U.S. energy consumption grows more slowly than gross domestic product throughout the projection period () as U.S. energy efficiency continues to increase. This decline in the energy intensity of the U.S. economy continues through
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Pohlman. Natural gas vehicles: a national security perspective: a report of the CSIS Energy and Strategic Resources Program Author: Charles K Ebinger ; Adela M Bolet ; CSIS Energy and Strategic Resources Program. ―Jonathan Stern, Distinguished Research Fellow, Natural Gas Research Programme, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies “The New Geopolitics of Natural Gas is a compelling and well-written study of the multiple revolutions that are transforming the global gas business.
With every aspect of natural gas―supply, markets, demand, and technology―in motion worldwide, Agnia Grigas’s book is a Cited by: 6. Perspectives on National Security. Date: Monday, Octo of Natural Gas and of the Nuclear Fuel Cycle). Her book “A Problem from Hell”: America and the Age of Genocide won the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Critics Circle Award in In this gripping account of the quest for the energy that our world needs, Daniel Yergin continues the riveting story begun in his Pulitzer Prize-winning book, The Prize.
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In addition to the traditionally-recognized natural hazards, critical energy infrastructure faces significant emerging threats, including cybersecurity and space weather risks.
The Council is an alliance of business and retired military leaders dedicated to mitigating the severe threat of oil dependence to America’s economic prosperity and national security.
The National Strategy calls on government to support, rather than hinder, the innovation revolution now underway, one in which connected, autonomous vehicles powered by advanced fuels like electricity and natural gas end.
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Crimeware 3. Cyber Espionage 4. Insider Misuse 5. Web App File Size: 2MB. economy, national security, and energy security. Until recently, U.S. oil production was in decline. Oil imports contributed more than half of domestic oil consumption.
Natural gas investment was moving towards expensive terminals to import natural gas. Today the situation has reversed—the United States is the world’s largest. James G. Speight Ph.D.,in Natural Gas (Second Edition), Natural gas and energy security.
Energy security is the uninterrupted availability of energy sources at an affordable price (IEA, ) or, put another way, a particular aspect of energy security is assuring access to a ready supply of energy (US DOE, ).Thus energy security has many dimensions: long-term energy.
The European Union now imports nearly 40% of its natural gas from Russia. For decades, national-security specialists have recommended that Europeans reduce their dependence on these imports at any Author: Andrew Moravcsik. The consumption of natural gas as vehicle fuel was estimated to be in the EU at 5 billion m 3 in and the amount of gas has been increasing rapidly in the last 15 years.
There are about Compressed Natural Gas filling stations in the EU feeding about million Natural Gas by: Compressed natural gas (CNG), liquefied natural gas (LNG), methanol, diesel, gasoline and even ethanol are all natural gas-based fuels that could potentially replace oil-derived gasoline and diesel.
CNG-powered heavy-duty vehicles are economically attractive because of Author: Climatewire. The National Security Strategy Essay Words | 4 Pages.
The National Security Strategy considers the enduring US national interests as “the security of the US, its citizens, and US allies and partners; a strong, innovative and growing US economy in an open international economic system that promotes opportunity and prosperity; respect for universal values at home and around the.
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To that end, investments in alternative sources of fuel – biofuels, natural gas, electric vehicles – can act as a hedge against oil price volatility. Throughoutthe U.S. spent $ billion on energy research, which fell well below IEA recommendations. Editor’s note: On J David Goldwyn delivered testimony on the U.S.
security implications of international energy and climate policies at a hearing before the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations’ Subcommittee on International Development and Foreign Assistance, Economic Affairs, International Environmental Protection, and Peace Corps.
Download the Report It is hard to know sometimes whether natural gas is in a golden age or a dark age. Gas is often presented as a promising candidate to deliver cleaner air and decarbonization, which are reasons why many outlooks see a continued need for gas to and beyond, even assuming a rapid energy transition.
Others see it as a temporary and expensive solution that we, as a world. Of course, natural gas is not a renewable fuel, but the stated rationale behind the Act is to promote energy independence and security, and to favor clean fuel sources.
Use of natural gas Author: Michael Greenstone. From a national security perspective, the U.S. military is forced to protect the world's vital oil infrastructure.
The single greatest chokepoint is the Strait of Hormuz, through which 17 million Author: Bob Lutz. General Alexander is a four-star general with an impressive year military career, culminating in role of the Director of the National Security Agency (NSA) and Chief of the Central Security Service (CSS) from He holds the distinction of serving in this role longer than any other director.And we are therefore focused on addressing those issues.
We have a great deal of R&D work being done by our 17 national labs on looking at better ways to protect pieces of equipment on both oil and natural gas as well as electricity side for the national security component, to ensure that the energy infrastructure is available.
. A Primer on the Geopolitics of Oil. Anand Toprani. Qatar, a marginal oil producer but the holder of the world’s largest reserves of natural gas, even chose to leave OPEC.
Oil remains fundamentally different from other commodities from both an economic and a national security perspective.