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Saudi Arabia and Iran Energy Analyses - Presentations & Drafts

As a part of its project, "40 Years Hence: Implementing Title V of the Nuclear Nonproliferation Act of 1978," NPEC commissioned four studies to evaluate how much sense it makes for Saudi Arabia and Iran to pursue nuclear power programs. NPEC held a seminar on Capitol Hill in July 2017 with some of the world's leading energy experts to examine this question. Below are their analyses. 

Oct 04, 2017

Iran Energy Analyses


Meeting Iran’s Energy Requirements without Nuclear Power 

Draft Paper by:

Patrick Clawson

Director of Research, Washington Institute for Near East Policy



Iran Title V Review Outline (PDF)

Presentation by:

Geoffrey Styles

Managing Director, GSW Strategy Group 



Saudi Arabia Energy Analyses


Economic Considerations of Nuclear Power Deployment in Saudi Arabia

Draft Paper by:

Ali Ahmad

Director of the Energy Policy & Security Program, American University of Beirut

Draft Paper
Robin Mills
CEO, Qamar Energy 



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