National Security Drives Energy Transitions, Part II

National Security Drives Energy Transitions, Part II

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  1. George Sabat Reply

    Excellent piece of work dr. Bowlus. I shall look for the other part of your publication to get your full view on the subject.

    It would be interesting to know what is expected to be, in this connection, the part to be played by small nations like Lebanon. You must know of course that we are expected to start receiving the benefits of oil and gas extraction by the year 2025. I wish someone could give me a rough idea of the quantities of oil and gas that one could hope to extract per year after that date.

    If you can help there, I would be grateful.

    Best personal regards
    , from George Sabat, ACMA, Lebanon my personal email address is: georgesabat32@gmail.com

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