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China gas and power month in brief: May 2015


China gas and power month in brief: May 2015

Report summary

In this edition of China Gas & Power month in brief we're looking for gas demand response and considering pricing in the power sector and how much LNG China's buyers may be looking to divert. Pipelines are also on our minds as we discuss midstream unbundling and a second Russian import deal. Finally we let you know just how good it can feel when it rains in China's capital city!

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  • Markets
    • Still waiting for China's gas demand response
  • Supply
    • West Siberia gas agreement indicates a shift towards more Russian gas
    • UHV transmission investment to move up the gears?
  • Pricing
    • Government moves to deregulate prices (but excludes gas and power)
  • Corporate Activity
    • Pipeline connection a sign of things to come for midstream infrastructure?
  • Policy
    • Pilot reforms herald the start of retail competition in power
  • 'Smog Watch' – living (and breathing) in Beijing
    • The joys of spring wind and rain!

In this report there are 4 tables or charts, including:

  • Markets
    • Monthly China gas demand
    • Monthly China gas supply by type
  • Supply
    • Y-o-y growth in power demand and inter-provincial power flows for 2014 and 2015
  • Pricing
  • Corporate Activity
  • Policy
  • 'Smog Watch' – living (and breathing) in Beijing
    • Beijing Air Quality Index (AQI) – May 2014 vs May 2015
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