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Energy, security: protecting critical energy assets. Barbara M Drazga. Petroleum Review October 2006, P. 36-37

Terrorist activities have raised red flags about the vulnerability of the US' critical energy assets, including oil and gas infrastructure, transmission grids, power plants, storage facilities, pipelines and IT systems. how are energy supplies vulnerable to attack? How can transportation systems and transmission lines be protected? how are government and the utility industry working together to protect the public? Is your company prepared to defend itself against cyber-terrorism? These and many other questions are addressed in a new report published by Energy Business Reports, writes Barbara M Drazga.

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