The 2nd Annual China Gas Summit 2006
Date:November 9th to 10th, 2006
Venue: China World Hotel,Beijing,China
It is predicted that China will fall short of about 80bcm natural gas supplies by 2020. To feed its energy demands, China has secured pipeline gas supplies from its neighboring countries Kazakhstan and Russia soon. A memorandum of Understanding was signed last between Petrochina and Gazprom. But what are the details of this project and how will it impact China, the world and your business?
Tremendous growth in LNG business has led to internationally-linked markets and the LNG price has converged. As an emerging player in the Asian LNG market, China is also considering the importation of more LNG from overseas suppliers to its coastal areas. However, the traditional major gas importers in Asia, Japan and Korea, are also targeting the same resources to satisfy their energy appetites. With the gas price increasing, what are the challenges buyers will face in a seller''s market and what are the best ways for buyers to collaborate and cooperate?
After experiencing an ordeal of power shortage over the last few years, China has gradually moved into a situation of power oversupply. Among all the clean energy choices, how can gas retain its advantages for power generation? Is distributed energy system the best way for energy access and gas utilization in China?
Hailed as a massive catalyst forging new business partnership in China''s gas industry, the China Gas Summit 2005 attracted a record number of over 350 delegates from all over the world.
As international interest and participation in China''s gas industry continue to grow, the China Petroleum Enterprise Journal and the China Decision Makers Consultancy are proud to present the 2nd annual elite gathering China Gas Summit 2006 on Nov.9th&10th in Beijing, China which gives a truly global picture of developments and opportunities.
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