South East Asia Gas, Coal and Power: what to look for in 2015

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27 January 2015

South East Asia Gas, Coal and Power: what to look for in 2015

Report summary

Following general elections in the all four of the major South East Asia gas markets of Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia in 2013 and 2014, each government embarked on major policy initiatives in the energy sector. These included the decision to remove diesel subsidies in Malaysia and Indonesia and overall increases in gas and power prices across the region.

Table of contents

  • Are lower oil prices presenting opportunities for new buyers in South East Asia?
  • EMA RFP for the next LNG importer moves to stage 2
  • Singapore as a pricing hub – lots of talk, not enough action
  • Working through the supply overhang
  • Peninsular Malaysia to continue as an option for PETRONAS’ LNG
  • Decisions pending on Pacific North West LNG
  • Will the Power Development Plan facilitate a shift to coal?
  • A major step closer to an agreement on the OCA?
  • LNG supply curtailment to continue?
  • Mining laws also facing challenges
  • A new fast-track scheme for power projects
  • Fast-tracking coal projects in South Vietnam
  • Southern Vietnam ready for its first LNG?
  • Will blackouts present an opportunity for LNG?
  • Challenges ahead with discretionary spending cuts

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