Vietnam Has a Long Way to Go on Decarbonization
By Vincenzo Caporale
In order to attract foreign investment in zero-carbon energy sources, the government will have to undertake serious structural reforms.
Vietnam’s $15.5 Billion Just Energy Transition Partnership Explained
By James Guild
While a lot of details of the Just Energy Transition Partnership remain vague, one thing is clear: China will not be involved.
The Reality of Vietnam’s Energy Transition
By Kathryn Neville
The country has emerged as a regional leader in renewables, but some thorny challenges lie ahead.
Vietnam Calls on Fuel Trading Firms to Relieve Shortages
By Sebastian Strangio
Over recent weeks, shortages have forced petrol stations across the country to close or restrict sales.
The Future of LNG in Vietnam After COP26
By Quynh Tran
Liquid natural gas could help Vietnam wean itself off coal while satisfying its growing demand for electricity.
What’s Driving Vietnam’s Renewable Energy Boom?
By James Guild
As elsewhere, Vietnam's increasing reliance on energy imports has driven its green energy push.
Developing Vietnam’s Renewable Energy Industry
By Thoi Nguyen
Renewable energy is a fast-growing sector in Asian countries, broadly, and Vietnam could benefit from investment in the sector.
Vietnam Needs to Break Its Addiction to Chinese Coal
By Brian Malczyk and Tim Robinson
Hanoi needs to consider the environmental and strategic consequences of reliance on Chinese coal projects.
Vietnam's Energy Exports Could Help Rebuild Ties With China
By Quoc-Thanh Nguyen
Can oil and gas diplomacy be Vietnam's strategic map to re-establish normal relations with China?