Procurement of the second part of the Study “Energy management in the military expeditionary environment”
The aim of this study is to identify relevant means, present recommendations and a detailed ad hoc application plan how energy management systems/models can be applicable in the military expeditionary environment, implementing energy use control, improving energy efficiency and better energy performances.
The first of this kind event saw participation throughout variety governmental entities of the Republic of Lithuania and created a particular interest among representatives. The panel discussion was moderated by the Deputy Director of the NATO ENSEC COE LTC. Nicolas HENRY. The speakers from Lithuania, Poland and Netherlands discussed the potential means of ensuring the security and protection of energy infrastructure shared their insights and experiences of how to analyse the potential threats to LNG terminals.
1.Energy Security in the NATO Framework
Energy security recently became one of the main elements in global security considerations. In the article, NATO’s capability and legal competence to act in the area of energy security are analysed from supranational, multinational and bilateral perspectives.
2.Unconventional Energy as a Game Changer in the Gulf
The US’ shale gas revolution may, even without a similar rapid increase in natural gas extraction capacity in other countries, indicate the beginning of a period with lower oil prices. Shale gas could, therefore, pose bad news for traditional oil exporting countries in the Gulf.
3.Operational Energy: A Multi-Faceted Government Approach
Simulation exercises aimed at reducing diesel dependency at military deployable camps and stations in Canada show that a 50% reduction can be achieved in total fuel consumption of cold weather operations. Can those achievements be translated into real-life technology demonstrations using actual military exercises?