SCI 2nd China Oil & Gas Seminar London 2020 is set to bring you up-to-date insights on China oil and gas industries based on SCI’s deepest contacts with the market. Global leading oil and gas suppliers, well-known traders, shipping companies, bankers and finance companies have been invited here to discuss industry dynamics and hot topics. Join us on February 25, 2020 and stay ahead of the industry curve.Topics to be discussed
LNG: China’s natural gas marketization reform deepened to a practice level in 2019, such as in the piping information transparency, national pipeline company establishment and provincial piping grid supervision. The opening-up of upstream exploitation and downstream city gas to the overseas market continued. LNG import had already become a major role of the industry, whilst a fair and open terminal window utilization mechanism was widely discussed and demonstrated. As a brand new business, ISO LNG container logistics was under experimental stage but with great industrial focus. The initiation of China Russia East Pipeline kept impacting the sector. All those endeavors reveal the great potential of China’s natural gas development in the future, and with more opening-up environment and growing demand, China’s natural gas market shows its headline-grabbing capability at home and abroad.
Oil: This is a time when evolutions create opportunities. The emerging refining and chemical integration projects, led by Hengli Petrochemical, Zhejiang Petroleum & Chemical and Shandong Yulong Petrochemical, are upgrading China’s oil refining industry pattern. Meanwhile, China strives to build itself into a bunkering hub in Northeast Asia by virtue of the IMO 2020. China is opening the refining sector and the refined oil’s wholesale and retail sector step by step. All these evolutions are improving the market transparency and enlarging China’s oil refining industry scale. Opportunities are open to global oil refining industry participants.
Secured supply｜Midstream revolution｜LNG import outlook
Refining-chemical integrated projects｜Capacity integration｜IMO 2020｜Policies
128彩票James joined SCI in 2013 as an analyst covering China oil refining industry. He has taken part in project studies on crude oil, refined oil products and olefins since 2014. With over 7 years’ industrial experience, he has developed a unique insight into the macro policies and industry trend. He has been invited to deliver speeches at related associations and industry conferences, and is highly recognized by Chinese mainstream media.
Michael Mao, the senior energy analyst at SCI specialized in China energy and biofuel industry, has entered the sector for over ten years and joined SCI as the chief energy analyst after eight years international trader experience. Michael has been invited as a speaker to many international conferences such as IP Week London, APPEC Singapore, etc. Also, with his deep insights into China energy policies, Michael has been interviewed by many famous media such as CCTV, Reuters, Bloomberg, etc.