By Aditya Malhotra, UOP India Private, republished from IAGS | 14 December 2012
China has implemented sound policies which have not only launched its present growth trajectory, but also laid a solid foundation for years to come. One such policy is securing its energy supplies globally, in particular crude oil and gas.
By Adi Imsirovic, Petraco Oil Co, and Dr Tilak Doshi, Energy Studies Institute (ESI), republished from IAGS | 14 December 2012
It is widely believed that Asian customers have been paying a premium for Middle East crude oil relative to those in the US and EU. Several papers by government-funded research institutions in key Northeast Asian crude oil importing countries such as Japan, South Korea, and China, and US academics, have analysed this issue and attempted to calculate the size and variations in this so-called premium
By Peter Schwartz, salesforce.com| 12 November 2012
The abundance of cheap gas may not be all good news. As incentives to develop clean, renewable energy drop dramatically, the energy landscape will shift into a renewed hydrocarbon era of oil and gas. And that's very bad news for climate change, says futurist and business strategist Peter Schwartz.
| ||By Muhammed Suhaimi, EMA | 26 October 2012|
In its keynote, the Energy Market Company outlines the series of transformative changes that Singapore's electricity market has undergone over the years.
| ||By Neha Shah, INSEAD | 29 October 2012|
Panellists discuss Asia's growing demand for gas, and who is best able to meet increasing regional demands for LNG and natural gas.
| ||By Tan Teck Hao, EMA | 26 October 2012|
Asia, in particular China and Japan, are driving global growth in wind energy moving forward.
| ||By Koh Hui Shan, EMA | 26 October 2012|
If barriers such as costs and integration are removed, panellists say there will be tremendous potential in Asia to consider renewables and energy storage technologies.