LNG Terminals China 2006

Venue: Marriott Hotel West

Location: Beijing, China

Event Date/Time: Jul 20, 2006 End Date/Time: Jul 21, 2006
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Name: LNG Terminals China 2006
Two-day conference: 20-21 July 2006
Pre-conference workshops: 19 July 2006
Venue: Beijing, China

The National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) predicts that China will increase its natural gas use from the current 3% of total energy consumption to 10% in 2020. China is predicted to invest at least $27 billion in the construction of natural gas and LNG infrastructure. Considering LNG¡¯s economic attraction and technical or political feasibility in transportation, the development of LNG terminals is the biggest investment trend in China. There are 11 terminals under construction or pending in China, which represents huge potential business opportunities in this industry.

However, with the shift of the LNG market to the vendors¡¯ market, most of China¡¯s terminal projects have been hit by high LNG prices and shortage of LNG suppliers. How will the three state oil companies in China handle this challenge? What are the responses from China¡¯s government/NDRC? Can China really afford LNG? Are there any alternative strategies for China to promote its LNG industry? What are the practical experiences from other countries and are they applicable in China as well?

Join LNG Terminals China 2006 (20-21 July 2006) for the answers to these and more issues. This is your one-stop-shop to gain updates on the latest government regulations and policies, discuss strategies to overcome the shortfall in LNG resource and, most importantly, identify and develop the key LNG business opportunities in China.

Book & pay before 31th March 2006, to save US$150 on each registration!

To take advantage of this special offer, call us at 86 21 5063 4538 or visit www.iqpc.com.cn/CN-1813. We look forward to meeting you in Beijing in July.