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Asian Energy News has been providing information on, among others:

  • activities of all energy sectors in more than 20 Asian countries;
  • activities of major international, regional and national energy firms;
  • energy demand and supply data;
  • energy policies and regulations;
  • energy project development;
  • environmental issues.
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The review has been cooperating with the following publications through Exchange Agreements. In this manner, Asian Energy News has accessed more information and thus provided a clearer picture of the energy sector in Asia as well as disseminating accurate information to other organizations.

  • Instituto de Economia Energetica, Argentina;
  • Joint Coal Board, Australia;
  • International Atomic Energy Agency, Austria;
  • Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), Austria;
  • United Nations Office at Geneva, Austria;
  • Mekong River Commission, Cambodia;
  • Hangzhou International Center on Small Hydro Power, China;
  • The Center for Environmentally Sound Technology Transfer, China;
  • UNEP/Collaborating Centre for Energy and Environment, Denmark;
  • Latin-American Energy Organization (OLADE), Ecuador;
  • A.S.P.E., France;
  • Arab Petroleum Research Centre, France;
  • Centre d’Information et de Documentation sur le Vietnam Contemporain, France;
  • Enerdata s.a., France;
  • IEPE – Institut d’Economie et de Politique de l’Energie, France;
  • IEA – International Energy Agency, France;
  • Les Editions Techniques et Economiques, France;
  • Technip Editions, France;
  • The Futuribles Group, France;
  • United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), France;
  • Universit√© de Montpellier, France;
  • World Energy Council (WEC);
  • Ministry of Energy, Tehran, I.R. Iran;
  • International Energy Initiative, India;
  • ACE – ASEAN Centre for Energy, Indonesia;
  • New Energy Foundation, Japan;
  • The Institute of Energy Economics, Japan;
  • African Energy Policy Research Network (AFREPREN), Kenya;
  • Korea Energy Economics Institute, Korea R.O.;
  • National School of Administration and Management, Lao PDR;
  • Water and Energy Commission Secretariat, Nepal;
  • Heat Pump Centre, Netherlands;
  • Hydrocarbon Development Institute of Pakistan (HDIP);
  • Meralco, Philippines;
  • National Power Corporation, Philippines;
  • Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI), Sweden;
  • Energy Commission, Taiwan, Republic of China;
  • Asian Disaster Preparedness Center, Thailand;
  • Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT), Thailand;
  • King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology, Thonburi, Thailand;
  • Petroleum Institute of Thailand;
  • United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), Thailand;
  • East-West Center, U.S.A.;
  • PennWell Publishing Co., U.S.A.;
  • International Hydropower Association, United Kingdom;
  • Natural Resources Forum, United Kingdom;
  • World Energy Council, United Kingdom;
  • Centre Franco-Vietnamien de Gestion (CFVG), Vietnam.

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