1. The Multiple Faces of Energy Security: An Introduction;
Kacper Szulecki .- Section 1 .- 2. Energy Securitization: Applying
the Copenhagen School's Framework to Energy; Andreas Heinrich and
Kacper Szulecki .- 3. Securitization in the Gas Sector: Energy
Security Debates Concerning the Example of the Nord Stream
pipeline; Andreas Heinrich .- 4. Politics and Knowledge Production:
Between Securitization and Riskification of the Shale Gas Issue in
Poland and Germany; Aleksandra Lis .- 5. Energy Security and Energy
Transition: Securitisation in the Electricity Sector; Kacper
Szulecki and Julia Kusznir .- 6. Energy Securitization: Avenues for
Future Research; Andrew Judge, Tomas Maltby and Kacper Szulecki .-
Section 2 .- 7. Taking Security Seriously in EU Energy Governance?
Crimean Catharsis and the Energy Union; Kacper Szulecki and Kirsten
Westphal .- 8. Unpacking the Nexus Between Market Liberalisation
and Desecuritisation in Energy; Irina Kustova .- 9. EU Gas Supply
Security: Power of the Importer; Jakub M. Godzimirski and Zuzanna
Nowak .- 10. Identities and Vulnerabilities: The Ukraine Crisis and
the Securitization of the EU-Russia Gas Trade; Marco Siddi .- 11.
Positive and Negative Security: A Consequentalist Approach to EU
Gas Supply; Paulina Landry .- 12. The Global Oil Market and EU
Energy Security; Dag Harald Claes .- 13. Conclusion; Kacper
Kacper Szulecki is Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Oslo, Norway.
"The book makes a valuable contribution to the study of energy security for both academics and practitioners." (Francesca Vantaggiato, JCMS Journal of Common Market Studies, Vol. 57 (5), September, 2019)