China gas and power month in brief: January 2016

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Report summary

January 2016 has been a busy month for gas and power markets in China. Ahead of the 13th Five-Year Plan (FYP), policy statements about how China will address its over-capacity issues in power generation and coal production are gathering momentum. ENN, one of China’s largest gas distributors, signed up for 0.5 Mt of LNG from Chevron. Russian pipeline exports to China are likely to be delayed, after Gazprom missed a key milestone.

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    • Tackling coal: a necessary first step
    • ENN-Chevron sign LNG deal; non-NOC buyers gather momentum
    • Russia's Power of Siberia delayed
    • December's demand surge: inflection point or red herring?
    • Cold weather, not pollution, keeps us indoors

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  • City-gate prices vs oil products
  • January AQI

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