The Role of Fossil Fuel (Oil and Gas) in the World Geopolitics of Energy (Case Study of Iran 2000-2015)


Affiliations

  • Central Tehran Branch, Islamic Azad University, Department of Political Geography, Tehran, Iran, Islamic Republic of
  • Central Tehran Branch, Islamic Azad University, Department of Geography, Tehran, Iran, Islamic Republic of

Abstract

The energy plays a significant role in human life and almost it is not possible to continue the life without it. This is why energy has got a key role in our national and international policies and has shaped up patterns of rivalry, cooperation, conflict, violation, interaction, convergence, and divergence in the international arena and relations between countries and authorities. So, interestingly the sources of energy provision, energy corridors, consumer markets, energy trade, energy technology, and things like them increase in value. This study investigated energy resources in Iran and Middle East in library research method. In addition to have a unique geopolitical position, Iran is located in ellipse of energy and there is more than 70 percent of world resources of oil and 60 percent of world resources of gas in Iran. Also, Iran has located in the energy corridor of north to south and east to west and all of the ways pass through this wide country. Hence, it can pump money into the country not only by selling energy, but also with transmitting of energy and accordingly, it can evolve the country economy with a correct planning and engagement with countries.

Keywords

Energy, Fossil Fuel, World Geopolitics.

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