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RUNNING ON EMPTY / 4 Jul 2018

Running on Empty: Implications of declining natural gas reserves and other key trends on Thailand’s energy future

The Thai power sector is poised to enter a transformative phase, driven by a shortage of domestic natural gas, changes to the regulatory framework, global dynamics, and the evolution of clean energy technology. Although Thailand's current excess of generating capacity--and low current LNG prices--have provided a respite, pending changes may soon impact the industry structure, investment opportunities, and all industry stakeholders.

To provide a deep and comprehensive overview of the Thai gas and power sectors at this critical time in their development, Pöyry, collaborated with AWR Lloyd and Vector Energy Advisory, in its latest multiclient study: Running on Empty. 

This study includes:

  • Comprehensive overview of Thai gas and power sectors
  • First-of-its-kind quantitative modeling of Thai gas and power sectors
  • Deep dive into 12 “Key Issues” that we believe to be crucial for Thailand’s energy future

It also answers key 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 continuous declines in renewable energy costs – and other technology developments – save Thailand from its growing exposure to potentially high-cost LNG?
  • How will a wide range of potential market and regulatory reforms affect both the gas and power sectors?

 

Now available for purchase!

Running on Empty: Implications of declining natural gas reserves and other key trends on Thailand’s energy future – a 200-slide package that brings together qualitative and quantitative analysis as well as the extensive Thai experience of the study 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 critical time in their development. 

The full report is now available for purchase. Contact Matthew Heling for more information.

Contact information

Matthew Heling
Head of Energy Consulting, Asia-Pacific