By IEEJ Chairman & CEO Masakazu Toyoda | 8 February 2013
With 2012 behind us, IEEJ Chairman Masakazu Toyoda gives his prediction of what 2013 holds in store for the energy landscape.
By Dr Ken Koyama, The Institute of Energy Economics (IEEJ) | 14 December 2012
IEEJ's Chief Economist exchanged views with representatives from state-run Chinese oil companies CNPC, SINOPEC, and CNOOC, as well as experts from major Asian nations, on natural gas' role in the Asian energy mix.
24 October 2012
Minister S Iswaran hosted a lively and engaging conversation with youths from various institutions in Singapore. He tackled intriguing questions on Singapore's energy policies, strategies as well as its future outlook. These are his closing remarks of the inaugural "In Dialogue with Youth."
By Nicholas Fang and Aaron Choo, SIIA | Republished 16 March 2012
As the ASEAN region moves towards nuclear energy, there is a need for Singapore to have a vested interest in ensuring the highest possible standards of safety, security and accountability, as well as its implications for the city-state.
By Simon Tay, SIIA | Republished 16 March 2012
Many challenges remain for Japan one year after the Fukushima nuclear incident, including manufacturing. This has only recently returned to capacity, while most nuclear power plants remain offline, causing energy savings to be critical.
By IEEJ Japan Energy Brief | Republished 31 January 2012
With only three nuclear plants out of 54 operating by end January 2012, and due to stop by end April, Japan's nuclear energy outlook remains unclear.
By Artem V Goncharuk | Republished 6 January 2012
Is the world ready for a new nuclear contender from the PRC? Nuclear researcher Artem V Goncharuk analyses the global implications.