Europes growing fuel deficit is largely responsible for the existence of two of the international organizations which have been created in Little Europe in recent years the European Coal and Steel Community ECSC and Euratom. It is also the cause for an increasing amount of concern on the part of Western Europes elder international agency, the Organization for European Economic CooperationOEEC, and the European regional organization of the United Nations, the Economic Commission for Europe ECE. Of these, the ECSC, Euratom, and the OEEC have published reports on the energy problem of that part of Europe within its own province the ECE has an energy study for all of Europe in the works. All of them are concerned with projecting energy requirements and regional deficits two decades into the future -- to 1957.
Review of monos. 'Europe's Growing Needs of Energy: How can they be met', Paris, Sep 56; 'Etude sur la Structure et les Tendances de l'Economic dans les Pays de la Communaute', Luxembourg, Mar 57; and a 'A Target for Euratom', by Louis Armand and others, May 1957.