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Asian NOCs Adapt to Climate Finance Constraints

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Access to financing is set to become harder and pricier over the coming years for Southeast Asian national oil companies (NOCs) as the pool of capital providers without climate criteria further shrinks following COP26. But strong links with their respective government, gas-weighted portfolios and nascent energy transition strategies will help them limit the impact. Continued support for coal projects in the region show the financing tap is unlikely to close completely.

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