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Daniel Yergin: The new map: energy, climate, and the clash of nations

Daniel Yergin: The new map: energy, climate, and the clash of nations Business Economics (2022) 57:25–26 https://doi.org/10.1057/s11369-021-00235-2 BOOK RE VIE W Penguin Press, 2020 Tim Mullaly Published online: 3 August 2021 © National Association for Business Economics 2021 Daniel Yergin is a global energy expert and a Pulitzer Prize Right out of the gate we meet George Mitchel, the visionary winning author. In his latest book, The New Map: Energy, geologist and founder of Mitchel Energy. The Texas Barnett Climate, and the Clash of Nations, he turns his attention shale had long been known to contain vast amounts of natu- to the interplay of energy with geopolitics and the planet’s ral gas that conventional thinkers believed was impossible future. This book adds understanding and valuable insights to profitably extract. However, Mitchel thought otherwise, into many of the issues driving geopolitics in 2021. From and after years of toil, he discovered that by opening tiny why the USA has opposed the Nord Stream 2 pipeline, to cracks in shale rock the gas within would flow out. This why Ukraine and Taiwan are central to Russian and Chinese process, which became known as fracking, was so successful policy makers’ ambitions. in producing natural gas that it glutted the market and drove The dust jacket of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Business Economics Springer Journals

Daniel Yergin: The new map: energy, climate, and the clash of nations

Business Economics , Volume 57 (1) – Jan 1, 2022

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Business Economics (2022) 57:25–26 https://doi.org/10.1057/s11369-021-00235-2 BOOK RE VIE W Penguin Press, 2020 Tim Mullaly Published online: 3 August 2021 © National Association for Business Economics 2021 Daniel Yergin is a global energy expert and a Pulitzer Prize Right out of the gate we meet George Mitchel, the visionary winning author. In his latest book, The New Map: Energy, geologist and founder of Mitchel Energy. The Texas Barnett Climate, and the Clash of Nations, he turns his attention shale had long been known to contain vast amounts of natu- to the interplay of energy with geopolitics and the planet’s ral gas that conventional thinkers believed was impossible future. This book adds understanding and valuable insights to profitably extract. However, Mitchel thought otherwise, into many of the issues driving geopolitics in 2021. From and after years of toil, he discovered that by opening tiny why the USA has opposed the Nord Stream 2 pipeline, to cracks in shale rock the gas within would flow out. This why Ukraine and Taiwan are central to Russian and Chinese process, which became known as fracking, was so successful policy makers’ ambitions. in producing natural gas that it glutted the market and drove The dust jacket of

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