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Singapore energy markets long-term outlook 2016

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Singapore imports almost all its fuel required to run its trade based economy. The services sector contributes two thirds of the GDP but energy demand is dominated by its industrial and shipping sectors. Oil is by far the most consumed fuel in Singapore of which more than 50% is used for marine bunkers.

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Table of contents

  • Executive summary
  • Economic outlook
  • Policy and regulation
  • Market structure
  • Demand
  • Supply
  • Supply-demand balances
  • Risks and uncertainties

Tables and charts

This report includes 22 images and tables including:

Images

  • Demand by fuel (2005-2035)
  • Domestic production by fuel (2005-2035)
  • Key authorities and offices
  • Demand by sector (2005-2035)
  • Demand by fuel (2005-2035)
  • Electricity intensity comparison (2005-2035)
  • End-use intensity comparison (2005-2035)
  • Industrial energy mix (2005-2035)
  • Transport energy mix (2005-2035)
  • RCA sub-sectors (2013)
  • Residential, commercial and agricultural energy mix (2005-2035)
  • Coal demand by sector and production (2005-2035)
  • Oil demand by sector and production (2005-2035)
  • Gas demand by sector and production (2005-2035)
  • Gas infrastructure
  • Generation output by fuel (2005-2035)
  • Power infrastructure

Tables

  • Economic indicators (2005-2035)
  • Executive summary: Table 1
  • Energy market legislation
  • Environment and carbon legislation
  • Total primary energy demand (2005-2035)

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