Banking on oil and gas



Asia is starved of energy. The region consumes more than 20 million barrels of oil per day, around 50% of which is imported. And demand is expected to double over the next decade due to rapid economic growth, while oil import dependency is predicted to surge to 80% by 2030. Massive demand from China, which turned from net oil exporter to importer in 1993, has been a major contributor to soaring energy prices worldwide, while Indonesia, an Opec member, is also likely to turn from net

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