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The cost of producing renewable electricity has dropped over the past five years, while natural gas, coal and nuclear power generation has increased. IEA examines these shifting prices and their implications on the energy landscape.

Projected Costs of Generating Electricity – 2015 Edition

The cost of producing renewable electricity has dropped over the past five years, while natural gas, coal and nuclear power generation has increased. IEA examines these shifting prices and their implications on the energy landscape.

International Energy Agency 08 October 2015
The Energy Market Authority has launched its annual statistical publication, which provides a broad overview of Singapore’s energy landscape in 2014. Read on to learn more.

Singapore Energy Statistics 2015

The Energy Market Authority has launched its annual statistical publication, which provides a broad overview of Singapore’s energy landscape in 2014. Read on to learn more.

EMA 18 September 2015
Organisations are increasingly keen to manage their energy demand more intelligently due to environmental concerns, inefficient distribution networks and rising energy consumption among others. Learn more about how new VPPs can achieve this.

How The New VPP Integrates Multiple Assets Intelligently

Organisations are increasingly keen to manage their energy demand more intelligently due to environmental concerns, inefficient distribution networks and rising energy consumption among others. Learn more about how new VPPs can achieve this.

Bosch Software Innovations 16 September 2015
National oil companies (NOCs) are key development engines for numerous countries. Read on to find out how NOCs can remain productive in the current low oil price environment.

Navigating the Crude Cycle: 10 Strategic Actions for NOCs

National oil companies (NOCs) are key development engines for numerous countries. Read on to find out how NOCs can remain productive in the current low oil price environment.

Accenture 31 August 2015
The decline in oil prices helped Japan save 3.3 trillion yen in energy imports in 2014. Read more on how oil prices and the nuclear re-start will affect Japan’s energy market in the near future.

Economic and Energy Outlook of Japan through FY16

The decline in oil prices helped Japan save 3.3 trillion yen in energy imports in 2014. Read more on how oil prices and the nuclear re-start will affect Japan’s energy market in the near future.

Institute of Energy Economics, Japan (IEEJ) 27 August 2015
US’ dream of becoming a major player in the Asian gas market is quickly fading, with multiple factors leading to waning desire for US gas. What then are the alternative uses US can explore for its gas? Read on to learn more.

US Gas Exports to Asia - The Pipe Dream

US’ dream of becoming a major player in the Asian gas market is quickly fading, with multiple factors leading to waning desire for US gas. What then are the alternative uses US can explore for its gas? Read on to learn more.

Gal Luft, Co-Director, Institute for the Analysis of Global Security (IAGS) 17 August 2015
Gal Luft, Co-Director, Institute for the Analysis of Global Security (IAGS) and Jonathan Goh, External Relations Director, EMA, share their thoughts on these global transitions and their impact on Asia.

Impacting Asia’s Energy Landscape: Low Oil Prices, 'One Belt, One Road', and Singapore's Living Lab Concept

Gal Luft, Co-Director, Institute for the Analysis of Global Security (IAGS) and Jonathan Goh, External Relations Director, EMA, share their thoughts on these global transitions and their impact on Asia.

EMA 24 July 2015
Electricity systems around the world are changing. A transition to a renewables-based electricity system is possible but a smarter approach than just ‘integrating’ renewables into status quo arrangements is needed. Learn more about this smarter approach here.

DNV GL Beyond Integration Report: Three dynamics reshaping renewables and the grid

Electricity systems around the world are changing. A transition to a renewables-based electricity system is possible but a smarter approach than just ‘integrating’ renewables into status quo arrangements is needed. Learn more about this smarter approach here.

DNV GL 20 July 2015
The world's power-generating capacity mix is transforming. By 2040, fossil fuels will be responsible for only 44 percent of power generation, down from two-thirds today. Learn more about what is driving this shift here.

SIEW 2015: Powering a Changed World – BNEF New Energy Outlook 2015

The world's power-generating capacity mix is transforming. By 2040, fossil fuels will be responsible for only 44 percent of power generation, down from two-thirds today. Learn more about what is driving this shift here.

Bloomberg New Energy Finance 08 July 2015
Singapore is set to become Asia’s main LNG hub but what is the government doing to make this happen? What are the key challenges to overcome? Gastech asked Lee Seng Wai, Director of Gas Policy & Infrastructure Department at Singapore’s Energy Market Authority for his views on the country’s LNG industry.

Gastech Q&A: Singapore’s plans to become Asia’s LNG hub

Singapore is set to become Asia’s main LNG hub but what is the government doing to make this happen? What are the key challenges to overcome? Gastech asked Lee Seng Wai, Director of Gas Policy & Infrastructure Department at Singapore’s Energy Market Authority for his views on the country’s LNG industry.

Gastech News 25 June 2015
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