Channels of Influence or How Non-Members Can Influence EU Energy Policy
Book title: New Political Economy of Energy in Europe. Power to Project, Power to Adapt
External suppliers of energy interested in access to EU energy market use various instruments to influence the process of energy policy-making and promote their interests. This chapter examines how those external suppliers are present in Brussels, their interests in energy policy, the formal and informal frameworks they operate in as well as various instruments they have at their disposal to influence the process of policy-making in the EU. The focus is on the use of communicative and other instruments employed by Norway, a quasi-EU member through its EEA affiliation, and Russia, the main external supplier of energy to the EU and source of strategic concern, the two countries interested in security of demand facing EU preoccupied with security of supply and diversification of supplies and routes.
- Utgivelsesår: 2019
- Fullversjon: https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-93360-3_5
- Antall sider: 267
- Språk: Engelsk
- Sider: 105 - 137