Dentons' Global Energy team is excited to present Global Energy Game Changers: Focus on Asia Pacific, a compendium of insightful analyses of the most important issues facing the region's energy industry, which is undergoing transformation at breakneck speed. The scale and pace of change are creating new challenges and opportunities for developers and investors and the contributors, all members of our Asia Pacific Energy practice located in the region, share their views on the most significant trends.

We look at:

  • China's new global leadership role in climate initiatives and renewable energy, including new-energy markets, such as the electric vehicles, that are presenting opportunities for inbound investment;
  • How countries throughout the ASEAN region, including Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, The Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam, are grappling with how to achieve a balance between security of supply, affordability for 600 million consumers, and the goals of sustainable development;
  • Why Australia is poised to surpass Qatar as the world's largest LNG exporter;
  • Regulators' concerns about foreign investment in national infrastructure and energy assets;
  • Measures in the region to address local and global climate issues, including reduction of greenhouse gas emissions compared to energy security requirements;
  • And much more.

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