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    Title: 歐盟能源政策研究(1997-2007)
    Other Titles: A study of the EU energy policy (1997-2007)
    Authors: 徐怡雯;Hsu, Yi-wen
    Contributors: 淡江大學歐洲研究所碩士班
    薩支遠;Sa, Zhi-yuan
    Keywords: 能源政策;能源安全;能源多樣化;京都議定書;內部能源市場;Energy Policy;energy security;Energy Diversity;Kyoto Protocol;Internal Energy Market
    Date: 2008
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 00:00:16 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 歐洲的統合進程最初是開始於能源部門的合作:保障煤炭市場穩定發展的《煤鋼共同體條約》以及有關核能開發與利用的《原子能共同體條約》;因之能源政策在歐盟的戰略中有著重要的地位。
    Although the integration of Europe originated in the energy sector, because of the multilevel of EU polity and the differences among the member states, a common energy policy of the EU has yet to be realized. In order to confront the serious energy situation, it’s important to promote a common energy policy.
    The North Sea’s hydrocarbon resources has gradually declined and the EU’s energy import dependency continues growing to reach two thirds in 2030, which is up some 15% from today’s level. Import dependency for oil continues to be highest, reaching 94% in 2030. Gas import dependency rises substantially from somewhat over 50% at present to 84% in 2030. However, the Ukraine-Russia gas dispute in January 2006 had a crude light over Europe''s dependency on imports and on the shortcomings of keeping 25 separate policies with external energy suppliers. On 8 March 2006, the Commission issued a Green Paper spelling out options to achieve "sustainable, competitive and secure" energy supplies for Europe. One key aspect is to build a common external energy policy to co-ordinate relations with external suppliers such as Russia and OPEC countries; the other is to achieve the EU common energy policy.
    This thesis puts emphasis on how the Kyoto Protocol affected the EU energy policy; eventually, estimating the possibility for the EU to realize the common energy policy according to the inner and external elements.
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