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Due to rising consumption, electrical infrastructure has grown in size and complexity. This has allowed for an increased vulnerability of the infrastructure. Under the caveats of high-reliability organizations (HRO) theory and normal accidents theory (NAT), this paper examines two predominant threats to the North American energy sector: cascading failures and terrorism. A key consideration underlying the analysis is that NAT and HRO are not mutually exclusive; it is within both theories todoi:10.5931/djim.v7i2.66 fatcat:yvbr5l4ctbddbfoqj3sur55zbm