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Transportation and alternative fuels in Asia

02.01.2012  |  Woo, C.,  Asian Clean Fuels Association, Singapore

The region is facing tremendous pressure to develop a radically different energy and power mix.

Keywords: [Asia] [China] [verhicles] [cars] [gasoline] [diesel] [methanol] [biofuels] [DME]

The dynamics of energy markets are increasingly determined by the emerging economies, particularly those in Asia. The World Energy Outlook 2011 (WEO-2011) projects that, over the next 25 years, 90% of the projected growth in global energy demand will come from non-Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development (non-OECD) economies, with China alone accounting for more than 30%.

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