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SIEW Asia Gas Summit: Rethinking Energy and Navigating Change

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Singapore International Energy Week (SIEW) is an annual week-long energy event bringing together policy makers, industry CEOs and international organisations. Several conferences run in parallel at Singapore's iconic Marina Bay Sands building. The theme of this year's SIEW was rethinking energy and navigating change. As usual Wood Mackenzie was actively involved in SIEW and for the first time Verisk Maplecroft presented a paper. The following three papers were presented at this event. Australia LNG imports: Will the world's largest LNG exporter turn importer? Beyond surplus: developing the next wave of LNG Verisk Maplecroft: Geopolitics in Asian Gas markets

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    Australia LNG imports.pdf

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    Developing the next wave.pdf

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  • Australia LNG imports: Will the worlds largest LNG exporter turn importer?
  • Beyond surplus: developing the next wave of LNG
  • <a href="https://my.woodmac.com/reports/lng-verisk-maplecroft-geopolitics-in-asian-gas-markets-10421?contentId=10421&source=13" target="_blank" title="Verisk Maplecroft: Geopolitics in Asian Gas Markets">Verisk Maplecroft: Geopolitics in Asian Gas markets</a>

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