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The OECD holds a roundtable on energy security and competition policy

Key documents: Executive Summary with key findings, Detailled Summary of the discussion, Background note Executive summary, by the Secretariat Considering the discussion at the roundtable, the delegatesí submissions and the background paper, several key points emerge. (1) Nations differ in how they define energy security. All participants appear to include unanticipated disruptions in energy production or importation as threats to energy security, especially if they result in cutoffs of retail customers. Natural disasters, disruptions from terrorism or other forms of political unrest and political boycotts by suppliers are all sources of vulnerability to disruptions. For many nations, price stability and continuation of historical price levels are components of energy security as

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  • OECD - Competition Division (Paris)

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OECD, The OECD holds a roundtable on energy security and competition policy, 1 February 2007, e-Competitions February 2007, Art. N° 85680

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