China introduces gas price reform

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On 28 June 2013, the NDRC announced the first nationwide gas price increase since June 2010. China will introduce a two-tier gas pricing system with separate city gate gas prices for existing and incremental supply. Under the announcement, city gate prices for existing gas supply will increase by around 15% while city gate prices for incremental supply will increase by up to 40% in some regions. The announcement is a boost for PetroChina. With rising volumes of Central Asian gas, ...

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Table of contents

  • Executive Summary
    • Guangdong and Guangxi pilot project laid the groundwork for China's new pricing structure
  • June 2013 gas price reform announcement
  • The impact of gas price reform – positive for PetroChina
  • Conclusions
    • Gas pricing reform structure for incremental supply

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  • New China City Gate Gas Prices


  • East China Reformed City Gate Price July 2013
  • Reformed Existing vs Incremental Price Split 2013
  • East China Reformed City Gate Price vs Imports
  • East China Reformed City Gate Price vs. WM WACOG
  • China post-reform netback gas pricing structure

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