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European Energy Charter

Document type
Multilateral
Field of application
Global
Date
Dec 17, 1991
Source
IUCN (ID: TRE-160046)
Title (French)

Charte Europeenne de l´Energie

Title (Spanish)

Carta Europea de la Energia

Title (Other)

Europäische Energiecharter

Place of adoption
The Hague
Depository
Netherlands
Language
English, French, German, Russian, Italian, Spanish
Entry into force
Dec 17, 1991
Subject
Energy
Keyword
Research Economy and environment Energy conservation/energy production Financing Sustainable development Education Nuclear energy Renewable energy
Geographical area
Europe
Abstract

The 1991 Energy Charter, also known as the European Energy Charter, provides the political foundation for the Energy Charter Process. The Charter is a concise expression of the principles that should underpin international energy cooperation, based on a shared interest in secure energy supply and sustainable economic development. The 1991 Energy Charter, also known as the European Energy Charter, provides the political foundation for the Energy Charter Process. The Charter is a concise expression of the principles that should underpin international energy cooperation, based on a shared interest in secure energy supply and sustainable economic development. (Source: http://www.energycharter.org/process/european-energy-charter-1991/)

Full text
English  
Website
www.energycharter.org

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Afghanistan
Albania
Armenia
Australia
Austria
Azerbaijan
Belarus
Belgium
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bulgaria
Burundi
Canada
Chad
Croatia
Cyprus
Czech Republic
Denmark
EURATOM European Atomic Energy Community
Estonia
European Union
Finland
France
Georgia
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Iceland
Indonesia
Ireland
Italy
Japan
Jordan
Kazakhstan
Kyrgyzstan
Latvia
Liechtenstein
Lithuania
Luxembourg
Macedonia, FYR
Malta
Mauritania
Moldova, Republic of
Mongolia
Montenegro
Morocco
Netherlands
Niger
Norway
Pakistan
Palestinian Authority
Poland
Portugal
Romania
Russian Federation
Serbia
Slovakia
Slovenia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Syrian Arab Republic
Tajikistan
Turkey
Turkmenistan
Ukraine
United Kingdom
United States of America
Uzbekistan
Yemen

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