A Glimpse at Energy Politics in ‘The World Is Not Enough’

Date: 11-28-2014 | Category: Energy Security, Geopolitics, In the News, Russia and Eurasia

Michael Apted’s 1999 film “The World Is Not Enough” portrays the iconic James Bond and his fight against an international conspiracy involving a Caspian oil pipeline, a mysterious oil heiress, and an anarchic nemesis bent on chaos. Themes that haunt the energy industry appear frequently: oil terrorism, catastrophic damage during energy transport, and environmental protests. http://blogs.wsj.com/experts/2014/11/28/a-glimpse-at-energy-politics-in-the-world-is-not-enough/ By Ariel Cohen The Wall Street Journal November 28, 2014

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