Corporate Strategy Today: Issue 4

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Corporate Strategy Today: Issue 4

Ending the 30-Year Energy Crisis Cycle

Contents:

CEO TABLE AND MISSION STATEMENT

EDITOR'S CORNER:

Energy Marketing as a Voyage of Discovered Wrongs
By Bruce Piasecki - President & Founder of AHC Group

NOTE FROM THE MANAGING EDITOR
By Paul Bray

RESOLVING THE CONFLICT BETWEEN ENERGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT
By Kenneth R. Dickerson - AHC Group Senior Associate

The forces responsible for America's 30-year energy crisis cycle are still creating impasse. Yet, it is possible for industry leaders, environmentalists, government and the public "all to work together so that the energy development foot print is one that will be erased by the winds of time once the need for the development no longer exists."

UNTAPPED POWER OF SMALL BUSINESS
By Byron Kennard

Small business is the key to successfully advancing an energy policy rooted in conservation, efficiency and use of renewable sources.

TERRORISM AND THE ULTIMATE CORPORATE ENVIRONMENTAL STRATEGY
By Peter Asmus - AHC Group Senior Associate

Many signs exist for a shift from an over-dependence on central power plants model to a distributed renewable energy system with major growth opportunities for businesses developing new technologies.

TECHNOLOGY HORIZON: WHAT IS NEXT IN THE NEAR FUTURE
By Shalom Zelingher - Director of Research and Technology Development, New York Power Authority

SPECIAL GUEST COLUMN: STRIKING THE BARGAIN NECESSARY FOR ENERGY SECURITY
By Frank Loy - Former Under-Secretary of State and President of the German Marshall Fund of the United States

There is a middle way to bridge the impasse between environmentalists and domestic oil and gas developer.



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