Asia

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  • Interview with Ajay Singh, Special Advisor to the Chairman and the President, JAPEX
As the global gas industry continues to evolve, the question - ‘How will the market support the increasing demand?’ - is at the forefront of gas players’ discussions.
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  • Contributed by: Miaoru Huang, Senior Consulting Manager – China, APAC Gas and LNG, Wood Mackenzie
LNG trucking continues to play a major role in meeting demand in China.
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  • Interview with Masao Ishikawa, Senior Vice President, Division Director of Technology & Engineering Division, Chiyoda Corporation
Being in the top three of the world’s biggest LNG buyers, Japan is at the forefront of market developments and updates which shape the global gas industry.
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  • Interview with Kunio Nohata, Member of the Board, Senior Managing Executive Officer & Chief Executive of Global Business Division, Tokyo Gas
With the appetite for energy growing, the global gas and LNG market is experiencing new and exciting opportunities.
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  • Contributed by: Kovid Rawat, Research Analyst, Energias Market Research & Consulting
Asia-Pacific is a fast-evolving gas market characterized by destination restriction, orthodox policies and monopolistic domestic supply infrastructure. However, the scenario is set to change as major Asian countries are liberalizing the gas policies.
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  • Interview with Marshall Berg, Environmental Consultant, Eagle Environmental Services Inc
As reported in the BP Energy Outlook 2018, the world energy demand is forecast to grow by 1.3% from 2016 to 2040
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  • Contributed by: Michael Mao, Senior Market Analyst, Sublime China Information (SCi99)
In the past several years, China’s LNG industry advanced at an unstoppable pace. The five-year average growth rate of the domestic LNG production capacity is 36% and that of the LNG import is 15%.
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  • Contributed by: Edi Saputra, Senior Analyst, Wood Mackenzie
The Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) celebrates its 50th anniversary this year. It consists of 10 countries, with a combined GDP of US$2.8 trillion, making it the 6th largest economy in the world.
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  • Contributed by: Clyde Russell, Asia Commodities & Energy Columnist , Thomson Reuters
The opinions expressed here are those of the author, a columnist for Reuters. Graphic of China's LNG imports - view the table here.
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  • Contributed by: Andrew Walker, Asia Pacific Reporter, Interfax Europe
Interfax Energy - Thailand is set to import 36 mtpa of LNG by 2030, up from around 2.9 mtpa in 2016, as gas domestic production is set to decline rapid
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  • Interview with David Morris, Lead LNG Originator - Asia, Uniper Global Commodities
In this interview with David Morris, Lead LNG Originator at Asia 
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“The big question about when US LNG will reach Asia has been answered. So what's next?
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  • Interview with Derek Thomas, Head - Advanced Research Unit, AG&P
In light of our upcoming Gas Asia Summit & Exhibition (GAS), we interviewed Derek Thomas, Director – Advanced Modular Infrast
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  • Contributed by: Avinash Jerome Lakra, Senior Engineer, GAIL India
Most Asian countries will need to import more gas to meet demand growth, as production fails to grow at the same pace as consumption. Over the medium term, half of the anticipated increase in gas consumption will require additional imports.
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  • Interview with Alan Yogi Lau, President Director , Anglo Euro Energi Indonesia, PT
In this interview with Alan Yogi Lau, President Director at Anglo Euro Energi Indonesia, PT, we talk about US LNG and find out more about Indonesia’s LN
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  • Contributed by: Lian Yok Tan, Partner, K&L Gates LLP
Given the restrictions implemented by International Marine Organization (IMO) requiring lower exhaust emission of sulfur oxides (SOx), nitrous oxide (NOx), particulate matter (PM), and carbon dioxide (CO2), there will necessarily be a movement towards
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  • Contributed by: Theodore Michael, LNG Analyst, Genscape
Image: "Genscape Vesseltracker:  Maran Gas Apollonia from Sabine through the Panama Canal"
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  • Contributed by: Roberto F. Aguilera, Adjunct Research Fellow, Curtin University
  • Contributed by: Marian Radetzki, Professor of Economics, Luleå University of Technology
In our previous article we briefly d