Achieving Energy Security in Asia

Achieving Energy Security in Asia

Diversification, Integration and Policy Implications

Farhad Taghizadeh-Hesary, Naoyuki Yoshino;Youngho Chang;Aladdin Rillo

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This book presents a critical review of the status of energy security in Asia and suggests how a country or a region collectively can achieve energy security in two broad aspects. First, it analyzes how regional cooperation and energy trade can enhance energy security in the region. Second, it reviews how energy security can be ensured in national and regional general contexts. From the reviews and analyses, this book asserts that diversification and integration are key to ensuring energy security. It presents policy implications for enhancing energy security, especially in resource-rich as well as resource-poor developing countries in Asia.

Contents:
  • Preface and Introductory Remarks
  • Energy Security, Energy Cooperation and Policy Implications:
    • Addressing Climate Change and Energy Security Through Energy Cooperation: Challenges and Opportunities in South Asia
    • Regulatory and Policy Challenges on ASEAN Energy Security and Integration
    • Multiple Gas Market Hubs, China's Energy Security and Regional Cooperation in Asia
    • Energy Cooperation and Interdependence in Central Asia and Caspian Region for Improving the Energy Security
  • Energy Security, National and Regional Perspective:
    • Nepal's Electricity Security: Using Political Economy Analysis to Illuminate the Reform Path
    • Indian Electricity Sector: Diversification, Energy Security and Sustainability
    • Attaining Energy Security in Viet Nam: Impediments and Policy Implications
    • Energy Cooperation and Security in Central Asia: The Possible Synergy between Hydrocarbon Rich and Water Rich Countries
    • Assessing Energy Security in Caspian Region: The Geopolitical Implications to European Energy Strategy
    • Towards Energy Security in ASEAN: Impact of Regional Integration, Renewables and Energy Efficiency

Readership: Graduate students; researchers, economists, and policy makers interested in energy economics; energy policy; resource economics and energy planning.Energy Security;Energy Cooperation;Energy Insecurity;Diversification;Integration;Energy Policy;Geopolitics0Key Features:
  • Theoretical application of energy security by experts in energy economics and energy security
  • Unique but wide geographical coverage
  • Geopolitical consideration into the analyses


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