Larasaty, Dwiky and Anabarja, Sarah (2015) MENINJAU STRATEGI KEAMANAN ENERGI ASEAN MELALUI TAGP MENUJU INTERAKSI GLOBAL. In: 9th International Conference on Malaysia-Indonesia Relations (PAHMI 9) Faculty Of Social Sciences Yogyakarta State University.

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Southeast Asia faces a set of interconnected yet fundamental energy policy dilemmas. In June 1992, the Assosiation of Southeast Asia Nations (ASEAN) then a six member consortium consisting of Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philipines, Singapore and Thailand faced a choice between protecting the environment and bolstering trade. Uncontrolled logging throughout Southeast Asia has contributed to soil erosion, a collapse in agricultural productivity, the emergence of new tropical diseases, rising food prices, higher rates of rural poverty, and massive species extinction. In purpose to watch over sustainable development between industry and environment, Southeast Asia seems to apply better policy that could endorsed economic growth over preservation of the natural environment for each member country. Furthermore, ASEAN seems to have reached a similar crossroads in terms of energy security. ASEAN now embrace renewable energy and energy efficiency, or endorse natural gas instead. For the implementation, in 2002 ASEAN has announced plans to construct an integrated natural gas pipeline network through the Trans-ASEAN Gas Pipeline Infrastructure Project, or TAGP to connect the gas reserves in the Gulf of Thailand, Myanmar and Indonesia to the rest of the region. Advocates of the TAGP expect it to promote economic development, earn foreign exchange, mitigate the risks of climate change, and enhance regional energy security. In the study of geo-strategy, ASEAN utilizing TAGP strategic path to be able to go forward and able to compete with global interaction. This research focused on security efforts of TAGP’s project in the ASEAN region that has great prospects in the progress of Southeast Asia region towards global interaction. Key words: ASEAN, TAGP, Sustainable Development, Geo-Strategy, Energy Security Theme: International Relations and Security

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subjects: Ilmu Sosial > Geografi
Divisions: Fakultas Ilmu Sosial, Hukum dan Ilmu Politik (FISHIPOL) > Pendidikan IPS
Depositing User: Admin Pendidikan Geografi FIS
Date Deposited: 30 Oct 2015 02:22
Last Modified: 30 Oct 2015 02:22

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