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National Energy Plans in the Asia-Pacific Region is a collection of papers presented at Workshop III of the Asia-Pacific Energy Studies Consultative Group, held in Honolulu, Hawaii, at the East-West Center, from 25-28 February 1980. The collection presents a framework for energy policies in the Asia-Pacific Region; energy policies of the United States, oil-exporting countries, industrial oil-importing countries, and countries importing more than and less than 50% of their oil requirements; and the role of international institutions in energy research. International energy policy makers and researchers will find the book invaluable.
Part I. A Framework for Energy Policies in the Asia-Pacific Region
1. World Supplies of Petroleum in the 1980s
2. Regional Oil Dependency: Rising Oil Import Bills, the External Accounts, and NOILDC Development Policies
Part II. United States Energy Policies
1. U.S. Energy Demand and Supply Scenarios: A Retrospective Appraisal of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences Study by the Committee on Nuclear and Alternative Energy Systems (CONAES)
2. The California Energy Approach: From Conventional to Alternative Energy Sources
3. Reflections on the Energy Problem as a Whole
Part III. Energy Policies of Oil-Exporting Countries
1. National Energy Planning in Indonesia
2. Some Aspects of Energy Policy and Programs in China
Part IV. Energy Policies of Industrial Oil-Importing Countries
1. Japan's Energy Outlook
2. Korea's Energy Outlook
3. Singapore Energy Consumption and Conservation
Part V. Energy Policies of Countries More than 50% Dependent on Oil Imports
1. Energy Planning in New Zealand
2. Perspective for Mid-Term Energy Strategies in the Western Pacific Islands
3. Thailand's National Energy Plan
4. The Philippines' Five-Year Energy Program: 1981-85
Part VI. Energy Policies of Countries Less than 50% Dependent on Oil Imports
1. Australia's Energy Policy
2. The Energy Situation in Bangladesh and a Strategy for Future Development
3. Nepal's Energy Situation
4. Energy Policy and Planning in India
Part VII. The Role of International Institutions in Energy Research
1. Activities in the Energy Field of the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP)
2. The Role of the OPEC Secretariat in Energy Research
3. The Latin American Energy Organization (OLADE)
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- © Pergamon 1981
- 1st January 1981
- eBook ISBN:
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