February 2013

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: Russia’s interest in accessing the Asian gas market

A recent briefing paper from Chatham House thoroughly examines natural gas security issues in northeast Asia. The authors assert that northeast Asia will become a major market for gas in the coming de..

Thinnes, Billy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

A recent briefing paper from Chatham House thoroughly examines natural gas security issues in northeast Asia. The authors assert that northeast Asia will become a major market for gas in the coming decade, led by China, which plans to quadruple its gas demand by 2030. Their conclusion is that closer collaboration between Russian and Chinese national oil companies and a gas importers union between China, Japan and South Korea would support an equitable pipeline deal and lay the foundation for regional energy security. For Russia, China’s escalating gas demand presents an unparalleled new market opportunity for its Far Eastern gas production. Russia’s energy strategy aims at sendi

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