Efforts under way to meet the region’s rising demand- The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), representing 10 countries in Southeast Asia with a gross domestic product [...]
Ensuring energy security for the region- Most economies in Southeast Asia (SEA) have seen a decline in oil and gas (O&G) production over the last five years. Malaysia, Thailand[...]
Singapore’s Generation and Installed Capacity-[...]
Network growth and smart metering plans- Increasing demand for electricity and growing electrification rates in Southeast Asia (SEA) require augmentation of the distribution infras[...]
Need for national oil companies to step up their game- Since 2014, major domestic oil producers and international oil companies (IOCs) in the Southeast Asian region have moved away[...]
Thailand’s Generation and Consumption Trends[...]
Indonesia’s wind energy sector yet to take off- As Indonesia gears up to meets its target of achieving a renewable energy share of 23 per cent in the overall energy mix by 20[...]
Transmission lines, towers and substations- The electricity markets of the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region are poised for significant growth in the coming years. Meeting the rising dema[...]
Indonesia’s Energy Supply and Consumption Trends-[...]
Laos’s development strategy- Over the past four decades, Lao People’s Democratic Republic (Lao PDR) has been working towards achieving a self-sufficient power sector. With an estim[...]