SIEW Energy Insights

Organiser: Energy Market Authority (EMA)
Date: Monday, 23 May 2016
Time: 11:00am - 02:00pm
Venue: Three on the Bund, Shanghai
地点:外滩三号, 上海

Highlights of SIEW Energy Insights, Shanghai, 23 May 2016

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The topics discussed included:

  • What is the impact of oil prices being lower for longer? In your view, how will this affect energy investments and security?
  • What are some of the “new realities” we see for China’s energy landscape and their potential implications? What are the opportunities and challenges ahead for China and Asia?
  • How should government agencies and companies in China respond to these “new realities” in terms of policies and strategies?



“Shanghai definitely has the potential to be a gas trading centre. What we need now is time and patience to hone the necessary skillsets to better manage the market."
Dr Liu Qiang

“Low carbon reform involves diversification and customisation, which is challenging for China’s traditional model."
Mr Yu Hongyuan

“China is currently exploring the use of LNG in the transport sector. However, it is not as simple as it seems. China needs to spend time to examine other aspects such as safety, the combustion process and other technical issues.”
Mr Gu Anzhong


qiang yuan anzhong

Dr Liu Qiang
Director of Energy Economics Division,
Institute of Quantitative & Technical Economics,
Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS)

Yu Hongyuan
Director, Institute of Comparative Politics and Public Policy,
Shanghai Institutes for International Studies (SIIS)

Gu Anzhong
Secretary General,
China LNG Association


Tony Tao

Tony Tao
Senior Vice President, DJE China Group
Managing Director, Edelman Shanghai & Guangzhou

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