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Asia stands to lose the most under emerging world energy order

Ruthless weaponization of energy will leave a debilitating trust deficit

| East Asia
A drilling site on the Tuzlukushevskoye oilfield, Bashkortostan Republic, Russia. in January 2015: Sanctions may rob commodity producers of incentive to invest in growing production capacity.   © Reuters

Vandana Hari is founder of Singapore-based Vanda Insights, which tracks energy markets.

Irrespective of when and how the Russian war in Ukraine ends, it will tear the intricate fabric of energy production and consumption relationships and send major countries dependent on exports and imports back to the drawing board to secure their economic future.

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