The utility industry is reeling from an assault of new technologies with disruptive impacts on long established business models that have not seen this pace of change since the days of the very first power grids.
Despite concerns about safety, nuclear remains an option for Thailand but the earliest a nuclear power plant would open would be in 2036, energy policy planners have confirmed.
Nuclear power advocates redouble their efforts to ensure that safer, better regulated plants can still play a role in the future energy mix.
The key to surviving and thriving amid the carnage in global oil markets is having a place to store the stuff.
This coverage focuses on floating storage solutions and features commentary from KPMG's experts in oil and gas division.
As head of KPMG in Japan’s Energy & Infrastructure sector and the Head of KPMG in Asia Pacific’s Energy & Natural Resources sector, Mina Sekiguchi focuses on advising power & utilities, oil & gas majors, Japanese trading companies and large power machinery manufacturers.
This contribution was first published in the December 2014 issue of Southeast Asia Infrastructure magazine and appears here with the publisher's permission.
Quest for sustainable growth provides ample opportunities for the chemical industry.
While China rightfully remains an area of focus for global chemical producers, companies should be prepared for the “Asia 1.2 wave of growth”.