Description - Energy Perspectives on Singapore and the Region by Mark Hong
This book published by ISEAS contains selected papers based on some of the lectures delivered over 2005/2006 at the ISEAS Energy Forum. The aim is to educate the public on a whole range of energy issues and trends in Singapore, Southeast Asia and the wider region. It is a timely review of an important issue which is now on top of regional and international agendas. The papers are written by various experts, who provide detailed and extensive knowledge on a wide variety of energy issues. It is meant for the general reader who wishes to update and inform himself/herself."
Energy Perspectives on Singapore and the Region" covers: Overview of Singapore's Energy Situation, by Mark Hong; Singapore's Changing Landscapes in Energy, by Khoo Chin Hean; Singapore's Role as a Key Oil Trading Centre in Asia, by Esa Ramasamy; Large-Scale Solar PV Power Generation in Urban High-Rise Buildings in Singapore, by Rabi Satpathy; The High-Carbon Story of Urban Development in Southeast Asia, by Geh Min Ooi Giok Ling; Renewable Energy and the Environment: Technology and Economic Perspectives, by Youngho Chang; Delivering Results in a Booming Rig Market, by Choo Chiau Beng; The Success Story of Rig Building in Singapore, by Ong Tian Khiam; The Singapore Oil Situation, by Ong Eng Tong; Singapore Petroleum Company: Adding Value to the Singapore Oil Industry, by Cheng Hong Kok; Oil Storage: The Singapore Story, by Mohamed Merican; and the Outlook for Energy: A View to 2030, by Kwa Chong Seng. It also covers India's Energy Situation: The Need to Secure Energy Resources in an Increasingly Competitive Environment, by Ligia Noronha; The Implications and Impacts of China's Oil Demand on the Asia Pacific, by Kang Wu Caleb R.
O Kray; Energy Security Cooperation in Asia: An ASEAN-SCO Energy Partnership?, by Christopher Len; China's Energy Security: Geo-politics versus Interdependence, by Henry Leong; The Strategic Challenges for the United States and China in Global Energy Supply, by David Ernsberger; China's Coal: Curse or Blessing, by Michael Richardson; Japan's New Energy Strategy, by Hisane Masaki; and Who Wins in the Asian Scramble for Oil?, by Vincent S. Perez.It also covers: New Horizons for Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) East of Suez, by Karen Schneider Allison Ball; Bio and Synthetic Fuels: An Alternative for Sustainable Mobility, by Eric G. Holthusen; Price Discovery for Middle East Refined Product Exports: A Natural Role for Dubai, by Tilak K Doshi; The Outlook for Gas in Southeast Asia, by Steve Puckett; and Sakhalin-2 Project, a New Energy Source for the Asia Pacific: History in the Making, by Andrew B. Seck Viktor Snegir.
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