REVIEW OF OEEC, SOME ASPECTS OF THE EUROPEAN ENERGY PROBLEM AND OEEC, EUROPE'S GROWING NEEDS OF ENERGY: HOW CAN THEY BE MET,
RAND CORP SANTA MONICA CALIF
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The basic contributions of the Organization for European Economic Cooperation to the discussions of Western Europes growing shortage of energy resources that preceded the birth of Euratom are contained in two documents. The earlier, Some Aspects of the European Energy Problem, was written in 1955 by Louis Armand, one of the Three Wise Men who later outlined a set of goals for a future European nuclear energy community. At Armands suggestion, his brief survey was followed up by a more extensive study of Europes situation, Europes Growing Needs of Energy How Can They Be Met, written in 1956 by a group of experts which included Francesco Giordani, another of the Three Wise Men, and eight other of the leading experts of Continental Europe, the U. K., and the U. S. A. in the field of energy production and distribution.