The Chinese Gas Market

The direction of the Chinese gas market, both from a supply and demand perspective, will be vital in establishing the future shape of the global gas market. In a series of papers the Natural Gas Programme will be analysing the upstream potential for gas production in China (conventional and unconventional), the impact of policy measures on the outlook for demand, the issues around domestic gas pricing, the potential for gas imports, and the landscape of key actors within the industry as a whole. A series of paper will be produced over the coming months and years, starting with an assessment of Chinese indigenous gas supply, as the OIES Gas Programme expands its coverage of this vital gas market.

By: Michael Xiaobao Chen , Stephen O'Sullivan , Jinfeng Sun

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