There have been no comprehensive energy vulnerability assessments conducted for any of the Pacific islands in the nineties, whether under US. flag or independent nation. In fact, there have been only a handful of comprehensive analyses of the energy sector in the Pacific islands. The East-West Center in conjunction with the United Nations (UNDP and ESCAP), the Australian National University and the Forum Secretariat produced the Energy Mission Report series which covered the independent island nations in 1982 USDOE published the Tm'fotial Energy Assessment: Final Report in December 1982.
This report was prepared by the Guam Energy Task Force. There is hereby created a Guam Energy Sustainability Act with an energy policy council to secure, sustain and ensure the economically prosperous future for Guam. The Guam Energy Sustainability Council (GESC) shall set Guam's energy policy for all sectors to follow and engage.
This data was prepared by the Energy Programme, Economic Development Division, Secretariat of the Pacific Community. This data has been prepared to inform and support the work of officials of Pacific Island countries and territories (PICTs) that regulate or monitor the price of fuel in their respective jurisdictions.
Dataset captures the fuel quality in terms of sulphur content , octane number and gas imported by the 18 PICTs and their total storage capacity.
This report was prepared by the ESCAP. This publication was prepared under the overall guidance of Iosefa Maiava, Head, ESCAP Pacific Office. The lead authors were, listed alphabetically, Jillian Campbell, Shaswat Sapkota, David Smith, Helen Tavola, and Timothy Westbury.
Dataset captures the generation & distribution key performance indicators (KPI) for 21 power utilities in the Pacific. This was sourced from the PPA 2012 Report and has been verified to be accurate and matching with those in the report. Generation & distribution indicators captured are: