The 6th Annual Asia Gas Congress 2011
April 12th – 13th, 2011
Strong Global and Asian demand for natural gas is forecast to grow from 2010 to 2030. The dynamic market will provide huge impetus in developing the LNG and Pipeline sector and realizing the potential of Unconventional Natural Gas worldwide.
Recently, energy saving and emission reduction has been written into China’s 12th Five-Year-Plan which means natural gas will become the beneficial direction toward low carbon economy and be the main force of clean energy. A comprehensive national strategy for developing natural gas means a true revolution will be seen in China, and it will definitely influence the structure of future energy landscape, not only in China, but also worldwide!
Actually, Asia Gas Congress has got a huge success in holding past 5 year Asia Gas event which attracted participants from around 1500+ leading companies including global gas regulators, suppliers, distributors, international lawyers, LNG Shippers, vendors, financiers, etc. Most of the participants are unstinted to give high comments on our event.
This year, under the theme of “China’s Gas Revolution: Reshape Global Energy Landscape”, 6th Asia Gas Congress 2011 is designed to look into more emerging long-term strategic issue. Our flagship event in your gas calendar 2011 will bring together the leading industry players to achieve the commercial and technical excellence across the whole value chain!
Global Nature Gas Market: Status and Outlook
China’s 12th Five-year-plan Scheme for Developing Gas Industry
China’s Oil Giant CNOOC’s Strategy toward Gas Market
CNPC’s Gas Infrastructure Development in China
Shell: Achieving Technical Excellence to Reshape Energy Landscape
New Technical and Commercial Dynamics in Asia Gas Market
New Business and New Collaboration in Global Green Trend
The Onshore LNG Receiving Terminal Planning, Design and Technology Innovation
Extending LNG Pipelines in Asia
How to Balance the Supply and Demand Market in Global Market
The City Gas Market and Price Mechanism in China