Vietnam's energy dilemma – domestic gas vs imported coal

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13 November 2015

Vietnam's energy dilemma – domestic gas vs imported coal

Report summary

Vietnam is expected to turn increasingly to imported fuel sources such as coal to meet its energy needs. However, from a fuel security and diversification standpoint, Vietnam needs to develop its own gas reserves, such as PetroVietnam's Block B. Vietnam can also expect to benefit in terms of increased government earning. The development of Block B can yield an estimated US$3 billion in tax revenue. 

Table of contents

    • The shift to coal has started
    • Potential Gas Supply Options
    • Exploration potential
    • Benefits of developing indigenous gas
    • South Vietnam has the most at stake
    • Block B highlights both the need and challenge of developing gas in Vietnam

Tables and charts

This report includes 7 images and tables including:

  • LRMC comparison in a power plant (US$/mmbtu)
  • Vietnam power generation mix (TWh)
  • Vietnam other discoveries
  • Vietnam's yet-to-find resource
  • Generation mix in south Vietnam
  • South Vietnam gas supply mix
  • Block's B production and government revenue outlook

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