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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...

Natural gas' roles and challenges in Asia--A Japanese perspective on the international energy landscape

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...

By Dr Ken Koyama, The Institute of Energy Economics (IEEJ) 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...

Exploring the Asian Premium in crude oil markets

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...

By Adi Imsirovic, Petraco Oil Co, and Dr Tilak Doshi, Energy Studies Institute (ESI), from IAGS 14 December 2012
The prospect of LNG exports from the US has been cause for both excitement and nervous anticipation in Asia. But the scenario is really far from a foregone conclusion, according to a special...

US export of LNG not a foregone conclusion: The Economist Intelligence Unit

The prospect of LNG exports from the US has been cause for both excitement and nervous anticipation in Asia. But the scenario is really far from a foregone conclusion, according to a special...

By EMA staff 13 December 2012
Frost & Sullivan reports that venture capital  funding for renewable energy will increase three-fold by 2020, with bidders looking at South Asia and Asia-Pacific as emerging regions for...

Renewables sector will get boost from venture capital

Frost & Sullivan reports that venture capital funding for renewable energy will increase three-fold by 2020, with bidders looking at South Asia and Asia-Pacific as emerging regions for...

By EMA staff 13 December 2012
A new study by PwC finds that the world needs to start preparing for a warmer world, as the results show that the world is heading for an unbelievable 6ºC rise in temperature.

It's time to plan for a warmer world: PwC

A new study by PwC finds that the world needs to start preparing for a warmer world, as the results show that the world is heading for an unbelievable 6ºC rise in temperature.

By EMA staff 13 December 2012
ADB makes the case that while Myanmar has a "wealth of possibilities for power generation," it lacks the capital to develop them currently. To fully tap the massive potential of its energy sector...

ADB report: Capital needed to unlock wealth of opportunities in Myanmar's energy sector

ADB makes the case that while Myanmar has a "wealth of possibilities for power generation," it lacks the capital to develop them currently. To fully tap the massive potential of its energy sector...

By EMA staff 13 December 2012
Wood Mackenzie looks at China's fast-growing power sector, which has plenty of room to grow, and increased private involvement to support this sustained and strong growth.

China power supply: Dramatic growth expected to 2030

Wood Mackenzie looks at China's fast-growing power sector, which has plenty of room to grow, and increased private involvement to support this sustained and strong growth.

By Paul McConnell, Wood Mackenzie 12 November 2012
Unconventional fuels such as shale gas will not necessarily address all our energy challenges. IEEJ's Masakazu Toyoda believes the most promising "fuel of the future" has to be energy efficiency...

Fuelling a shared global commitment to energy efficiency

Unconventional fuels such as shale gas will not necessarily address all our energy challenges. IEEJ's Masakazu Toyoda believes the most promising "fuel of the future" has to be energy efficiency...

By Masakazu Toyoda, Institute of Energy Economics, Japan (IEEJ) 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...

Up in smoke

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...

By Peter Schwartz, salesforce.com 12 November 2012
This year's Singapore International Energy Week engaged the youths on energy concerns for the first time.

Snap polls: What students voted on at the first Youth Dialogue

This year's Singapore International Energy Week engaged the youths on energy concerns for the first time.

By EMA Staff 01 November 2012
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