We’ve been working in the region for over twenty years. Read about us and our history.
A deeper dive into initial COVID-19 impacts on the power sector throughout the Asia Pacific region.
A quick peek at the impact of movement restrictions on power demand in a few Asian markets.
Many of our engagements involve the design, implementation, or critique of regulatory and market-based mechanisms.
Our power-side capabilities give us unique insights into the drivers of gas demand throughout Asia.
A concise business-focused introduction to China’s electricity sector.
Contributing to policy analysis in China takes more than just data and knowledge.
China's mid-winter gas shortage is challenging its environmental commitments, but the root problem remains weak price signals.
Despite the success of renewables, continued R&D into new technologies along with innovative policy instruments remain crucial to longer-term success.
In Making it Happen we show how better economics can balance decarbonisation and electricity prices by Wasting Less Money on Decarbonization.
The Lantau Group was tasked with creating a Natural Gas Master plan for the Philippines.
How energy sectors react to COVID-19 depends upon the questions they ask and the insights they gain.
In this webinar Mike walks us through an evidence-based journey and deep dive into the issues and headline impacts of Covid-19 to the region.
We are here to help when things go wrong. We provide objective, defensible and robust analysis and expert testimony for arbitrations, disputes, and regulatory matters.
Energy is complex and dynamic. We use robust analysis, methodologies, models, and frameworks to find and measure the key drivers, opportunities, and risks in your business.
Cost-reflective pricing brings benefits to both producers and consumers, especially given the complexity of energy markets.
Our expert-based Mainland China advisory service brings a global perspective.
Among emerging trends and disruptions, electricity storage could bring the most profound challenges and opportunities for policymakers and sector alike.
Massive electricity oversupply and slowing rates of growth have led to persistent renewable energy curtailment in China.
Hong Kong's 2015 Competition Ordinance: the economic rationale behind, and guidance on, how to mitigate associated risks.
A functioning electricity market in a developing country is noteworthy, but there remain regulatory challenges to ensure success for the long term.