For emerging Asia, none of the changes we have seen over the last decade are more consequential than the emergence of natural gas as an affordable and clean source of electricity.
Natural gas is increasingly available across Asia as a result of technological advances that have made it easier to locate, extract and transport across the globe.
Fifteen years ago, only 10 countries worldwide were importing natural gas.
Today, there are more than 30, with China and Japan among the top global importers. And that number should be closer to 50 by the end of this decade. Read More…