Fossil Energy Bilateral Agreements
International science and technology relationships have become integral tools in achieving overall U.S. foreign policy and other national goals. In an area of declining public research budgets, international science and technology agreements offer avenues to leverage publicly funded domestic research and accelerate scientific achievement through information sharing and technical cooperation. International agreements also serve as valuable instruments of U.S. economic competitiveness by providing U.S. scientists with opportunities to gain access to, and build upon, other nations' research.
To read about activities between the United States and other countries, select the name of the country/region below.