Crisis in the Middle East prompted Obama to make regardless of the energy the United States Dallas 27.08.2013. Just the current unrest and the obvious mood of crisis prevalent in countries such as Libya, Syria, Egypt and Iran, make it clear how important it was that met US President Barack Obama’s decision to make independent the United States in terms of its energy supply. For him, it was clear that there must be an alternative to dependence on the Middle East countries and of those countries that have joined together in the OPEC (www.opec.org/ opec_web/en /). As backlash in some the International Energy Agency (IEA) as a cooperation platform arose as early as 1973 the research and development and new applications in the field of energy in the area. The former reason was the oil crisis.
Target was and is prepared to be (www.energieforschung-iea.de) until today, on possible further problems of this kind. In this respect, the IEA supports the efforts of the United States. In the United States, it is also for normal” Possible and usual, sources to participate in, the petroleum or natural gas draw investors themselves. Deals such as that of the Amtex oil & gas (www.amtex-oil-gas.blogspot.de) are there absolutely common. Especially asked sources are under extensive assessment (due diligence wirtschaftslexikon.gabler.de/Definition/due-diligence.html) developed or optimised to produce oil or natural gas over many years.
One can speak of bubbling springs of return transfer, because the returns on investment are well above market level. What is the United States doing so interesting? Through his efforts, to be independent of the world market, political as economic conditions has created the United States that have created a very positive market environment. In contrast to the advance represented exemplary problem countries, in which the part anyway, are trampled human rights underfoot and a democratic orientation can be no question, is probably no one seriously doubted that the United States as well as Europe to the one Democratic heartlands.