Australia: Fuelling the future: Energy outlook for Asia Pacific
Last Updated: 21 November 2014

Introduction

The Asia-Pacific region's future energy mix will see a significant shake-up over the next 20 years according to new research released today by global legal practice Norton Rose Fulbright.

Rapid urbanisation and a major shift in socio-economic demographics as a larger percentage of the region's population joins the middle class will drive energy demand in the decades to come. This will require the industry to innovate to meet demand at the lowest cost in a new, carbon constrained environment.

The research "Fuelling the future: Asia-Pacific energy outlook" is based on a survey of 100 key players in the Asia-Pacific energy market, including energy corporations, private equity firms, investment banks, sovereign wealth funds and financial institutions. The research was conducted by Mergermarket.

It comes at a time when the world's attention is focussed on the region for the G20 summit in Australia – at which the future of energy will be a focus - and immediately follows new commitments by world powers China and the United States on climate policies and future energy mix.

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Fuelling the future 2014

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The Australian Financial Review

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