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A surge in oil and gas production in the United States signals a new era of energy security. But the United States will not achieve an energy independence unrelated to other parts of the world because world energy markets today are inextricably interconnected. The United States should instead lead development of a new Global Energy Security System to spread energy development, make energy markets more responsive and efficient, and protect energy transport.

Promoting Global Energy System for Energy Security by The Wilson Center

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Jan H. Kalicki

Public Policy Fellow;
Counselor for International Strategy, Chevron; Chairman, Eurasia Foundation
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