Daily Archives: November 4, 2019

November 4, 2019 | by Paving Way to ASEAN Energy Sovereignty | found in: Blog

Energy demand in ASEAN member states (AMS) has increased twice as fast as in other countries since the 2000s. AMS together are currently the sixth-largest energy consumer and will be the fourth-largest by 2030, with more than 54 percent of the energy need expected to be covered by oil imports by 2035. Fossil fuel subsidies […]

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ACE 20th Anniversary Book | found in: Publications

Established 20 years ago, the ASEAN Centre for Energy (ACE) has created and will in the future continue to play the role of becoming a platform for information-sharing, expertise-exchange, and joined-up actions. Throughout the years, ACE has developed from a modest energy information to an integration accelerator for energy strategies in the region. This publication […]

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How does ASEAN coal sector look in the first quarter of 2019? | found in: Energy Insight

  Coal plays an important role in fuelling ASEAN energy demand, not only in the Member States that still have a lot of coal reserves like Indonesia and Vietnam, but also in their neighbouring countries, which for energy security reasons, diversify their supply largely with coal, like Malaysia, the Philippines, and Thailand. Considering coal’s significant […]

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Coherent Policy Approach: A Tool to Develop the Next ASEAN Energy Blueprint | found in: Articles

ASEAN Member States (AMS) representatives from Heads of ASEAN Power Utilities/Authorities, ASEAN Council on Petroleum, ASEAN Forum on Coal, Energy Efficiency and Conservation Sub-sector Network, Renewable Energy Sub-sector Network, Regional Energy Policy and Planning Sub-sector Network and Nuclear Energy Cooperation Sub-sector Network gathered in Singapore on 21 January 2019 for the first APAEC Drafting Committee […]

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