China gas and power month in brief: April 2015

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30 April 2015

China gas and power month in brief: April 2015

Report summary

Welcome to the first of our new China Gas & Power Monthly Briefing Notes. These will offer analysis on the latest developments within the Chinese coal, gas and power sectors on a rolling, monthly basis.  We have added hyper links throughout the text to relevant, in depth insights. Please let us know what you think.  

Table of contents

    • Pulling a rabbit from the hat – how did China grow by 7% in Q1 without increasing power demand?
    • Tumbling Q1 LNG imports not necessarily a sign of things to come
    • Lower subsidies for shale gas
    • New Chinese LNG players adapting to market realities
    • Walking a tight rope - tariff changes aim to boost retrofits and improve industrial sector costs
    • Shell-BG: coming into the cross-hairs of China's regulators?
    • Low emissions retrofits accelerate in power
    • Emissions management in the non-power sector receives a boost, but difficult road ahead
    • Beijing smog retreating on less coal, improved environmental management

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  • Reduction in on-grid and end user prices
  • Beijing Air Quality Index (AQI) - April 2014 v. 2015

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