Study on the Development of an Energy Security Index and an Assessment of Energy Security for East Asian Countries
Chong Siang Chew,
Noraida Binti Omar,
Harrison Lau Lik Nang,
Mario Castillo Masigan,
Ruby Bugagao De Guzman,
Kittipong Petai and
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Energy security is a top priority of the policy agenda in East Asia in particular, where countries are now confronted with increasing energy demand resulting from improved living standards and economic growth, coupled with the continuation of historically high energy price namely crude oil prices. Moreover, with a majority of emissions coming from energy, including air pollutants and greenhouse gases, it is also clear that harmony with the environment has become an integral element of energy policy.
Date: Written 2013-06 Originally published 2013-06.
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