The one-day-in-10-years criterion might have lost its usefulness in today’s energy markets. The criterion is highly conservative when used in calculating reserve margins for reliability. Can the...
China's Quest for Energy
Cooperation and coordination will help the United States avoid an energy-policy confrontation.
U.S.-China Commission is recommending the two countries form a working group similar to the one the United States has with Japan, to establish an ongoing dialogue that will focus on energy-security approaches and solutions that will help both countries.
“Some of this is long-term planning, as well as investment strategies to bring new products to market and determine what is economic and what is not,” Wessel says. “This is a cutting-edge issue, but it is rising to the top of the policy agenda. The public is demanding that policymakers confront the China challenge.”