Reform of China’s oil industry at a time of low prices
Economic reform is high on the national agenda, at least according to the Third Plenary Session of the 18th
Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, held more than two years ago in November 2013. Specific proposals included, among … Continue Reading ››
China watchers are always energised by the arrival of a new national leadership, and those who observe the country’s energy sector are no different. The Third Plenum of the 18th
Chinese Communist Party Congress in November 2013 held out the promise of state-owned enterprise (SOE) reform and a … Continue Reading ››
The drop in oil prices is good news for China, but poses some questions relating to gas policy.
By the second week of December 2014, international prices for crude oil had fallen to just above US$ 60 per barrel, 40% down from their levels of … Continue Reading ››
International energy and resources policy, with a focus on China