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This guidebook has been an initiative of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) Antiterrorist Unit and has been developed by a number of experts from the public and private sector of OSCE participating States as well as the European Commission and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
The Guide raises awareness of the significance of non-nuclear critical energy infrastructure and the extent to which it is threatened by cyber-related terrorist attacks and other types of potential threats. It identifies key policy issues and challenges and presents good practices as possible solutions, in the context of international cooperation an information exchange among public and private stakeholders in the energy sector.
Annexes [5 MB]
TEN-E Priority Corridors for Energy Transmission - Study 2008