In oil, Chinese state-owned giants CNOOC, Sinopec and PetroChina, are investing billions of dollars in overseas fields as they seek secure access to the huge quantities of oil that will be required over and above domestic supplies.
Growth in natural gas is being boosted not just by the economy but also by environmental pressures favouring the use of cleaner fuels. There are ambitious plans for domestic supply growth and pipeline imports, but liquefied natural gas is also expected to form an important part of China's supply strategy.
Come and find out what this means for shipping at the 4th Shipping China Conference at the in Shanghai, April 26-27th 2007. Join the industry’s leaders and hear at first hand how China’s energy security policy impacts directly on shipping.
Shipping China Energy 2007 is kindly sponsored by DNV, WINMAR, RINA, ASAC, Lloyd’s Register, FORTIS, ABS, CCS, Shipping on Line, Wikborg Rein, Glitrin and supported by COSCO, CCS, Hong Kong Shipowners’ Association, and the Norwegian Shipowners’ Association.