Energy transition: Natural gas and renewables for a low carbon future in Asia.

ANGEA on the ground

Sept 5-8 – ANGEA participating in Gastech, Singapore. July 31 – ANGEA hosts CCS workshop in Jakarta, Indonesia.

CCS curiosity and the conversations that must come

Carbon capture and storage (CCS) will be critical to Asia’s energy transition but there is work ahead to ensure the technology reaches full potential.

ANGEA launches Rystad Study on Energy Security

The comprehensive study delves into the energy landscapes of three major Asian countries – Thailand, Indonesia and Vietnam.

Regional Energy Economic Snapshot

Demand for regional domestic and industrial energy forecast to grow by almost two-thirds by 2040.

Annual net import spend forecast at more than US$300 billion by 2040.

US$2.1 trillion in energy investment needed throughout the region.

US$425 billion investment required for natural gas supply infrastructure.

The right energy mix – balancing the needs for greater energy reliability and environmental outcomes.

Our Developing Role

Asia Pacific leaders – like most governments around the world – are looking for the most effective and economically responsible pathway to transition to a low carbon future.

Natural gas and other low carbon energy sources can play an important role in the region’s transition away from generating energy using high carbon fuels.