Southeast Asia’s growing energy demand to be felt well beyond the region

As fast-growing energy use in Southeast Asia leads to a sharp rise in the region’s dependence on oil imports and a reduction in its surplus of natural gas and coal for export, the International Energy Agency (IEA) today urged countries in the region to take serious action to improve energy efficiency.

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