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Reflections on Energy Security in the Asia Pacific

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  • Ian Cronshaw
  • Quentin Grafton

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This article reviews key past trends in energy security from the perspective of both International Energy Agency members and the Asia Pacific over the past 30 years, and assesses future energy risks. Developments in energy efficiency, unconventional oil and gas, and stationary renewable energy sources are highlighted. Lessons learned from past policy successes and failures provide the basis for 10 reflections to promote energy security in the region.

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  • Ian Cronshaw & Quentin Grafton, 2014. "Reflections on Energy Security in the Asia Pacific," Asia and the Pacific Policy Studies 201404, Crawford School of Public Policy, The Australian National University.
  • Handle: RePEc:een:appswp:201404
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    1. Kruyt, Bert & van Vuuren, D.P. & de Vries, H.J.M. & Groenenberg, H., 2009. "Indicators for energy security," Energy Policy, Elsevier, vol. 37(6), pages 2166-2181, June.
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    energy security; energy demand; Asia Pacific; China; India;

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