Pipeline Politics in Asia: The Intersection of Demand, Energy Markets, and Supply Routes
Edward Chow, Leigh E. Hendrix, Mikkal E. Herberg, Shoichi Itoh, Bo Kong, Marie Lall and Paul Stevens
"Pipeline Politics in Asia: The Intersection of Demand, Energy Markets, and Supply Routes" presents key findings from the 2010 Energy Security Conference and explores the strategic, market, and geopolitical ties that have emerged from the rise in pipeline development in Asia. The report includes essays commissioned for the conference focusing on the key pipeline routes in this growing nexus of energy and political ties (Northeast Asia, Central Asia, India, and the China-Myanmar pipelines) as well as an overview of oil and gas pipeline geopolitics and analysis of the implications for the United States.
Table of Contents
Pipeline Politics in Asia: Energy Nationalism and Energy Markets
Oil and Gas Pipelines: Prospects and Problems
The Geopolitics of Northeast Asia’s Pipeline Development
Central Asia’s Pipelines: Field of Dreams and Reality
India’s Gas Pipeline Efforts: An Analysis of the Problems that Have Prevented Success
The Geopolitics of the Myanmar-China Oil and Gas Pipelines
Pipeline Politics in Asia: Implications for the United States
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