China's Energy Security: Analysis, Assessment And Improvement

Jingzheng Ren (Redaktør)

China is the second-largest economy in the world yet it faces serious energy security challenges due to the country's reliance on coal, a fuel with multiple environmental and social problems. Moreover, since 2017 China has become the world's largest crude oil importer, greatly increasing its reliance on imported energy. Les mer
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China is the second-largest economy in the world yet it faces serious energy security challenges due to the country's reliance on coal, a fuel with multiple environmental and social problems. Moreover, since 2017 China has become the world's largest crude oil importer, greatly increasing its reliance on imported energy.The International Energy Agency has defined energy security as 'the uninterrupted availability of energy sources at an affordable price,' employing metrics in various dimensions such as availability, affordability, accessibility and acceptability to measure the energy security of different nations. Accordingly, the assessment, analysis and improvement of energy security is a complex problem. China's Energy Security aims to resolve this problem by answering three important questions:

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China's Energy Supply: Status Quo, Policies and Pathways; Conceptualizing and Redefining Energy Security: A Comprehensive Review; Historical Energy Security Performances of China: A Bi-Level Analysis; Measuring Energy Security for China: A Multi-Dimensional Approach; Evaluating Energy Security in China: A Subnational Analysis; Developing a Composite Energy Security Index for Measuring China's Integrated Energy Security Performances from 2002 to 2016; Measuring China's Oil Import Security in a Multi-Dimensional Approach from the Perspective of External Suppliers; China's Energy-Supply Security in the Multi-Energy Transition Period from Fossil Fuels to Renewable Energy;