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Maritime Choke Points in an Age of Insecurity

Chatham House, London

Participants

Charles Emmerson, Senior Research Fellow, Energy, Environment and Development Programme, Chatham House

Overview

The threat of disruption to key maritime choke points in the global energy transport system could have significant implications for the global energy economy and makes confidence in their security a key issue for international policy.

Charles Emmerson will explore the vulnerabilities associated with choke points and relate this to the volatility of energy prices. He will explore how international law applies in times of peace and war, and outline a range of policy options – beyond the purely military –  which could improve the resilience and integrity of the global energy transport system in general and maritime choke points in particular. 

Attendance is strictly by invitation only. To enable as open a debate as possible, this event will be held under the Chatham House Rule.

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