Changing global gas markets
Geopolitical and geo-economic impacts on the Asia-Pacific region and Europe and its contribution to sustainable energy systems
The center of gravity of the global natural gas markets is shifting eastwards. The Asia-Pacific region has already surpassed Europe in gas-importing. The “revolution” in shale gas in the United States has further added to a massive reshaping of the global energy landscape.
What does this mean for decision makers in energy politics and business? Do we have to expect structural changes in energy demand and supply, not least due to technological breakthroughs? What will be Asia’s and Europe’s role in a future global energy system?