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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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  • 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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  • New China City Gate Gas Prices

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