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The shift from coal to gas in energy planning is important for Vietnam’s future.
Demand for liquefied natural gas (LNG) will continue to be strong, outpacing domestic production by 2020 requiring the country to import around one million cubic metres a year, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
LNG fits the new strategy of the government of Vietnam in power sector and becomes AES’ major focus in Vietnam.
Vietnam has huge energy needs while the US, with is abundance, is seeking to boost energy diplomacy in the Indo-Pacific region.
The Vietnam Gas Association has asked the Government to cut red tape for gas trading.
Mr. Dave Sivaprasad, Managing Director and Partner, and Ms. Tuyet Vu, Principal at the Boston Consulting Group (BCG), share about their views on Vietnam's transformation into a regional energy powerhouse.
Vietnam's gas supply is forecast to fall short of demand between 2017 and 2035, therefore, which makes it necessary to develop new gas sources, build infrastructure to develop marginal gas fields or even import liquefied natural gas (LNG).
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