By EMA staff | 15 May 2013
The LNG carrier sector will still be controlled by the Middle East, Europe and Japan, but their dominance will be challenged by countries like China.
By Asian Development Bank (ADB) | 9 May 2013
ADB's Asian Development Outlook 2013 projects that Asia's continued growth will depend on an ample and stable supply of clean and affordable energy.
By ExxonMobil | 11 April 2013
ExxonMobil predicts that while energy efficiency will continue to play a key role in solving energy challenges, global energy demand is still set to rise even with significant efficiency gains.
By IEEJ Chairman & CEO Masakazu Toyoda | 8 February 2013
With 2012 behind us, IEEJ Chairman Masakazu Toyoda gives his prediction of what 2013 holds in store for the energy landscape.
By IHS | 14 February 2013
In its recent report released at the World Economic Forum in Davos, IHS looks at the unique preconditions that have allowed the US to gain an early start in unconventional energy, even as governments from other regions are discovering resources and opportunities to do the same with technology and favourable policies.
By EMA staff | 14 December 2012
Discussions around climate change and energy security have been increasingly linked but are often rooted more in tactical political goals than in a real understanding of how both issues intersect. A rethink is needed, says WEF.
By Aditya Malhotra, UOP India Private, republished from IAGS | 14 December 2012
China has implemented sound policies which have not only launched its present growth trajectory, but also laid a solid foundation for years to come. One such policy is securing its energy supplies globally, in particular crude oil and gas.