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 ENERGY SECTOR BOOKS FOR GEOINT

OIL 101 by Morgan Downey

OIL 101 has a dedicated place on our desk. The book covers the history of oil and the operations in upstream, midstream and downstream. Explaining in detail chemistry, pipelines, seasonality, shipping, oil markets, refining, storage and pricing.
It's all there, a great go-to reference book.

OIL 101


ENERGY INFRASTRUCTURE PROTECTION AND HOMELAND SECURITY by Frank R. Spellman

The book looks at all the components of the energy sector with a focus on security and protecting critical infrastructure. The book looks at terrorism, cybersecurity threats, electricity, petroleum, natural gas and regulation. Looking at the security of the energy sector, vulnerability assessment procedures, preparing for threats and incidents, responding to emergencies as well as security techniques and hardware.

ENERGY INFRASTRUCTURE PROTECTION AND HOMELAND SECURITY


MARITIME ECONOMICS by Martin Stopford

Maritime Economics provides a valuable introduction to the organization and workings of the global shipping industry. The author outlines the economic theory behind this large and complex market and at the same time deals with many of the operational practicalities involved.

MARITIME ECONOMICS


INTERNATIONAL COMMODITY TRADING: Physical and Derivative Markets
by Ephraim Clark, Pro, Jean-Baptiste Lesourd, Rene Thieblemont


In addition to discussing financial and commodity futures and options, this book links them to the physical economy at large, a linkage which is particularly important when one is thinking of physical commodity markets. The book looks at not only the futures of derivative markets, but it also explores the physical markets and the underlying economy.

INTERNATIONAL COMMODITY TRADING