China is integral to every global energy, metals, mining and resource discussion. Due to an inherent demand for insight into the issues facing the world's second largest economy, we're highlighting some of our recent China research.
Over this week, our China analysts will be delivering insight presentations on key sectors. We will be regularly publishing content featuring highlights of points discussed. This page will be updated each time new content has been published.
Q&A with Gavin Thompson on the key points from China Week
Watch the video: Gavin Thompson reviews China Week.
Having attended all the breakfast briefings and met with leading organisations from the natural resources sector, Wood Mackenzie's Vice President China Research recaps on the main learning points from the week.
Are Chinese LNG buyers permanently over-contracted?
Watch the video: Nick Browne looks at over-contracted Asian incumbents facing competition from new entrants.
Q&A with Curtis Zhu on China's steel and iron ore industry
Watch the video: Curtis Zhu recaps on today's breakfast briefing.
After hosting today's China Week breakfast briefing, Wood Mackenzie's Principal Analyst for Steel and Iron Ore Markets recaps on the main points of interest.
Four points about China coal sector overcapacity
Overcapacity in China's coal sector has reached unmanageable levels. At nearly 1 billion tonnes per annum, it is a threat to both the domestic market and seaborne coal trade. We look at the causes and implications of overcapacity, highlighting four key points to look out for.
Q&A with Kiah Wei Giam on China's coal industry
Watch the video: Kiah Wei Giam recaps on today's breakfast briefing.
After hosting today's China Week breakfast briefing, Wood Mackenzie's Principal Analyst Coal Markets, Asia Pacific recaps on the main points of interest.
Q&A with Dr Frank Yu on China's power demand growth
Watch the video:Dr Frank Yu recaps on today's breakfast briefing.
After hosting today's China Week breakfast briefing, Wood Mackenzie's Principal Consultant, China Primary Fuel Fundamentals recaps on the main points of interest.
Three points on China's new renewables policies
On 28 March, China announced its latest policies to boost non-hydro renewable generation, partly to cut high curtailment levels and partly to help deliver its commitment to the Paris carbon mitigation efforts. Discover three key points about the policies.
Catch-up on China Shale
China shale boasts fastest growing shale play outside the US, despite one of the highest breakeven costs among shale gas plays around the world, at around US$12/mcf.