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South-Eastern Asia gas and power markets long-term outlook 2016

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» South East Asia has huge headroom for energy growth – the most populous countries – Indonesia, Philippines and Vietnam use around 25% of the electricity per capita of Malaysia. The power sector needs 200 GW of additional generation capacity by 2035 or ~ $20 billion of investment every year. Gas infrastructure needs expansion as domestic supplies dwindle - there are ~12 LNG import projects proposed in the region.

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Table of contents

      • How does South East Asia take advantage of the weak commodity market?
      • Can South East Asian supply be sustained given current low prices?
      • How will South East Asia fund the energy investment it needs?
      • How do South East Asian economies balance environmental commitments with economics?

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