China Gas and Power Service
Wood Mackenzie is pleased to announce the introduction of the China Gas and Power Service. The service has been developed in response to the rapid growth in Chinese gas and power demands.
Every company in the energy sector now requires a China gas and power strategy. China is the fastest growing major gas market globally and is the world’s largest power market, with demand continuing to accelerate strongly. By 2017 China will be the world’s largest net importer of gas and the second largest gas market by 2025, with significant contestable import needs.
The China Gas and Power Service provides a macro-level view of China’s gas and power supply, demand and price outlook to 2030. As well as detailed regional and provincial-level analysis covering north, east, south, central and south west China.
For more information on the China Gas and Power Service, please click on the “Register You Interest” button, and we will provide you with more detailed insight into this unique service.
The service provides insight into the future direction of gas and power markets in China, specifically:
- Understand how China’s gas demand will develop and how/where gas will compete with oil and coal
- Consider the impact of price reform on the gas supply mix in China and the future price outlook
- Evaluate the development of the national and provincial power market and how/where gas will compete and potentially displace coal demand in the sector
- Understand the development of China’s extensive power transmission infrastructure plans and what this means for the overall movement of energy from west to east
- Consider the outlook for domestic gas production, with a detailed focus on unconventional gas
- Analyze how much LNG China will import and into which markets and assess future supply growth from Central Asia and Russia
- Evaluate the delivered cost of gas and the pricing tolerance for this gas into provincial gas markets
The China Gas and Power Service is essential for companies analysing market strategy, gas pricing, gas and power supply into China and supply-demand fundamentals.
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