“Running on Empty: Implications of declining natural gas reserves and other key trends on Thailand’s energy future”
AWR Lloyd have just published “Running on Empty: Implications of declining natural gas reserves and other key trends on Thailand’s energy future” – a 200-slide study that brings together quantitative and qualitative analysis as well as the extensive Thai experience of partners AWR Lloyd, Pöyry Energy, and Vector Energy Advisory to provide a deep and comprehensive overview of the Thai gas and power sectors at this pivotal time.
The study includes:
- Comprehensive overview of Thai gas and power sectors
- First-of-its-kind quantitative modeling of Thailand’s entire gas to power market
- Deep dive into 12 “Key Issues” crucial for Thailand’s energy future
“Running on Empty” answers critical questions such as:
- How will Thailand’s rapidly declining domestic gas resources affect the gas industry – as well as the gas-dependent power sector?
- Can continued declines in renewable energy costs – and other technology developments – save Thailand from its growing exposure to potentially high-cost LNG?
- How will market and regulatory reforms affect the gas and power sectors?
The report is available for purchase now. See the report webpage for more details (https://goo.gl/gXwEJx) or contact Jack Kneeland at firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.