Sustainable Energy Futures in Southeast Asia

Potential sales of billions of dollars of energy equipment produced by U.S. companies are at stake in the major economies of the region. They are expected to import as much as $16 billion worth of energy products over the next few years to power their economic growth. But unless the United States launches new initiatives to snare sizable shares of this investment, U.S. companies are unlikely to be major players in all this trade.

Murray Hiebert
Senior Associate (Non-resident), Southeast Asia Program
David Pumphrey
Senior Associate (Non-resident), Energy Security and Climate Change Program

Gregory Poling and Molly Walton

Molly A. Walton

Ernest Z. Bower