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Argus welcomes you to China-Russia Oil and Gas 2016 in Beijing this 31st March to 1st April 2016 and meet key decision-makers from the regional oil and gas industry.

The oil and gas supply glut has fundamentally transformed the global energy landscape. The world has now entered a lower oil price environment, with major oil and gas producers suffering from lost revenues and competition for market share growing increasingly intense.

China raised its non-state crude import quota to 1.752mn b/d for 2016, more than TRIPLE the 2014 import quota, pointing to a rapidly growing Chinese market sector. Chinese teakettle refineries are likely to be a significant driver of crude demand in 2016.

  • Access China’s enormous crude market in 2016 after Beijing raised its non-state crude import quota by 1mn b/d  
  • Build reliable partnerships with China’s teakettle refinery representatives  
  • Network with key decision-makers from major oil and gas buyers and traders in Asia
  • Connect with oil and gas producers from around the world, including Russia and Eastern Europe, the Middle East, the Baltic region, South America, Africa, Australia and Southeast Asia
  • Discover the best investment opportunities in Russia’s oil and gas infrastructure sector

Featured Speakers:

  • Keynote Speech by Chinese Government Representative
    Yang Lei
    , Vice-Director of the Oil and Gas Department, National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC)-to be confirmed
  •  What are Teakettle Refineries' Import Preferences after China’s Conditional Crude Import Liberalization?
    Zhang Liu Cheng
    , Director & VP, Shandong Dongming Petrochemical Group
  • Latest Update on China’s Teakettle Refinery Sector: Quota Status, Buying Needs and Outlook
    Nick Mai
    , Senior Analyst, Argus China Petroleum, Argus
  • Demand Outlook and Shifting Trends from Chinese Refineries and Petrochemical Plants
    Yang Wei Jun
    , Director, Refining and Chemical Engineering Division, PetroChina Planning and Engineering Institute

China-Russia Oil and Gas 2015

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Argus China Petroleum provides analysis of crude and oil products market trends in China, using government statistics and insights from specialists on the ground, it includes commentary on both political and industry developments.


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