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EU-China Energy Relations And Geopolitics: The Challenges For Cooperation

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The objective of this chapter is (i) to analyse the internal and external challenges of China's and the EU's present and future energy policies, (ii) to identify common interests and projects for cooperation, and (iii) to examine the problems of and constraints on their mutual energy dialogues. For a comparative analysis, Chinese and EU energy policies begins with a special focus on their energy resource mix and their oil, gas, and coal supply situation and development. The chapter offers perspectives on nuclear power and renewable energy sources and highlights the differing and common problems and challenges, which may offer more concrete possibilities for future interregional energy cooperation and mutual efforts to stabilize global energy security.

Keywords: China energy relations; European energy companies



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