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本书依托中国社会科学院主办的“‘一带一路’倡议与能源互联”国际研修班专家与学员的学术文章。通过来自“一带一路”16个沿线国家的专家学者分别从“一带一路”倡议框架、联合国可持续发展议程、六大经济走廊、全球LNG贸易、欧洲天然气供应、全球能源转型等多个角度对未来国际能源的互联互问题进行了专题分析,对如何通过加强合作来应对国际能源市场的重大挑战提出了有针对性的政策建议。
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  • 文前辅文
  • 文前彩插
  • 第二届“一带一路”倡议与能源互联国际研修班
  • Proceedings of 2 International Seminar on Belt and Road Initiative and Energy Connectivity
  • 第一章 “一带一路”倡议经济走廊的能源可及性与互联互通
    1. 摘要
    2. 前言
    3. 一 “一带一路”倡议经济走廊中的能源
    4. 二 各经济走廊的能源联通情况
    5. 三 政策讨论
    6. 四 项目推荐
    7. 五 结论
  • 第二章 政策摘要:“一带一路”倡议、能源与2030年可持续发展议程
    1. 一 主要信息
    2. 二 优先行动
    3. 三 可持续发展目标背景下的“一带一路”倡议
    4. 四 支持实现可持续发展目标7的机会
    5. 五 共同部署
    6. 六 风险
  • 第三章 中国区域贸易合作与发展的前景与潜力
  • 第四章 中国与中亚不断扩大的能源联系:“一带一路”倡议对政府、行业和地缘政治的影响
    1. 一 背景
    2. 二 回到游戏中?
    3. 三 关于油气投资的好消息?
    4. 四 中亚安全形势不确定
    5. 五 “丝绸之路”会改变中亚吗?
    6. 六 中俄会在中亚撞车吗?
    7. 七 “西方”(北约国家)还剩下什么?
    8. 八 向政府和投资者发出的关键信息
    9. 九 结论
  • 第五章 东盟能源部门与“一带一路”倡议:回顾与展望
    1. 一 前言
    2. 二 中国海外投资政策述评
    3. 三 “一带一路”倡议与中国在东盟能源部门的投资
    4. 四 东盟能源投资面临的本地挑战
    5. 五 应对挑战的措施
    6. 六 总结
  • 第六章 驶向中央王国:中国与全球LNG贸易的未来
    1. 摘要
    2. 一 世界天然气行业的变化
    3. 二 中国LNG需求的增长
    4. 三 LNG在中国:对未来的一瞥
    5. 四 结论
  • 第七章 巴库-第比利斯-杰伊汉管道背后的区域融合:商业与地缘政治
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  • 第八章 “一带一路”倡议:被误解的合作、信任和友谊之路
    1. 一 2018年夏季全球贸易和金融流动状况
    2. 二 2008年金融危机后“中国制造”的意外效益
    3. 三 西方的分裂观点和应对挑战的可能答案
    4. 四 在欧盟制造还是进口
    5. 五 知识产权侵权问题
    6. 六 规避SWIFT
    7. 七 最后的话
  • 第九章 德国和中欧天然气供应安全的相似性和差异
    1. 一 前言
    2. 二 总结与结论
    3. 三 德国和中东欧的天然气消费和生产
    4. 三 天然气消费结构
    5. 四 进口来源和依赖性
    6. 五 V4国家与德国的天然气供给安全政策
  • 第十章 加强全球安全伙伴关系回应新的风险和挑战:社会建设和治理
  • 第十一章 全球能源转型战略述评——挑战与前进之路
    1. 一 能源供给安全
    2. 二 需求/供给平衡
    3. 三 影响能源系统的地缘政治
    4. 四 可再生能源的地缘政治
    5. 五 创新与技术
    6. 六 前进方向
  • 第十二章 基础设施的网络安全
    1. 前言
    2. 超级关键基础设施
    3. 关键基础设施保护
    4. 了解相互依存关系和优先级
    5. 与关键基础设施相关的网络威胁和脆弱性
    6. 能源生产和发电
    7. 能源运输
    8. 金融部门和资金流动
  • 第十三章 第二届“一带一路”倡议与能源互联国际研修班综述
  • Chapter 1 Energy Access and Connectivity in the Economic Corridors of Belt and Road Initiative
    1. Executive Summary
    2. Introduction
    3. 1 Energy in economic corridors of BRI
    4. 2 Energy connectivity in the corridors
    5. 3 Policy discussion
    6. 4 Leading projects recommended
    7. 5 Conclusions
  • Chapter 2 Policy Brief:The Belt and Road Initiative,Energy and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development
    1. Key Messages
    2. Priority Actions
    3. The Belt and Road Initiative in the context of the Sustainable Development Goals
    4. Opportunities to support the achievement of Sustainable Development Goal 7
    5. Co-deployment
    6. Risks
  • Chapter 3 Prospects and Potential of CPEC for China's Connectivity and Regional Trade
  • Chapter 4 China's Expanding Energy Linkages with Central Asia:One Belt One Road Initiative and Its Implications for Governments,the Industry and Geopolitics
    1. Background
    2. Back in the game?
    3. Good news about hydrocarbon investments?
    4. Central Asian security is uncertain
    5. Will the “Silk Rail Road” Change Central Asia?
    6. Is a China-Russia clash in Central Asia likely?
    7. What is left for the “West”(NATO countries)?
    8. Key messages for governments and investors
    9. Conclusion
  • Chapter 5 Belt and Road Initiative for ASEAN's Energy Sector:Review and Outlook
    1. 1 Introduction
    2. 2 A review of China's overseas investment policy
    3. 3 Belt and Road Initiative and Chinese investment in ASEAN's energy sector
    4. 4 Local challenges of energy investment in ASEAN
    5. 5 Measures to address the challenges
    6. 6 Conclusion
  • Chapter 6 Sailing towards the Middle Kingdom:China and the Future of Global LNG Trade
    1. Abstract
    2. 1 The changing world of gas
    3. 2 The rise of LNG in China
    4. 3 LNG in China:a glimpse into the future
    5. 4 Conclusions
  • Chapter 7 Regional Integration through the Commercial and Geopolitical Relationship behind the British Petroleum Led Project,the BTC(Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan)Pipeline
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  • Chapter 8 BRI:The Misunderstood Road to Partnership,Trust and Friendship
    1. The state of global trade and financial flows by summer 2018
    2. The unintended benefit of “Made in China” post the 2008 financial crisis
    3. Split views of the West and possible answers to encountered challenges
    4. Final words
  • Chapter 9 Gas Supply Security in Germany and Central Europe-Similarities and Differences
    1. 1 Introduction
    2. 2 Summary and conclusions
    3. 3 Natural gas consumption and production in Germany and CEE
    4. 3 Structure of gas consumption in the region
    5. 4 Import sources and dependence
    6. 5 Security of gas supply policies of the V4 and Germany
  • Chapter 10 Enhancing global security partnerships to address new risks and challenges:
  • Chapter 11 A Strategic Review of Global Energy Transition-Challenges and Way Forward
    1. 1 Energy Supply Security
    2. 2 Demand/Supply Balance
    3. 3 Geo Politics influencing energy systems
    4. 4 Geo Politics of Renewable Energy
    5. 5 Challenges of Capital Spending in Oil & Gas Sector
    6. 6 Innovation and Technology
    7. 7 Way Forward
    8. Conclusion-Transition Challenges that are UNLIKELY to GO
  • Chapter 12 Cyber Security of Critical Infrastructure
    1. Introduction
    2. Super Critical Infrastructure
    3. Critical infrastructure protection
    4. Super Critical Infrastructure-Understanding Interdependencies and Priorities
    5. Cyber threats and vulnerabilities related to the critical infrastructure
    6. Energy production and generation
    7. Energy transportation
    8. Financial sector and financial flows
  • Chapter 13 A Brief Review of BRI 2 Seminar
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