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SummarySCI successfully held Oil and Gas Industry Seminar 2019 on February 26 (London time) during the International Petroleum (IP) Week 2019 hosted by the Energy Institute from February 26 to 28.
Over 60 participants from 40 companies, including Bloomberg, Koch, Gazprom, Eni, Chevron, Ineos, ENGIE, Noble, Centrica, Deutsche Bank, etc., attended this seminar and exchanged ideas on hot industry topics with SCI analysts.
Mr. John Cai, CEO of SCI, briefed on the mission and business perspectives of SCI during the opening speech. Mr. Cai believes that China oil and gas industries’ development may bring both opportunities and challenges to all global & local market participants. Senior energy analysts Michael Mao and James Gao followed to provide keynote speeches on natural gas, LPG, oil refining and bunker industries.
Keynote Speech

Speaker: James Gao Senior Energy Analystt

James Gao shared his insights on China oil refining and bunker industries. He said that the emerging of private refining projects in China in recent years stimulated the diversification of supply pattern in China oil refining industry. China oil refining industry may experience a new round of shuffle and integration in the next five years with fiercer competition. Meanwhile, the low-sulfur trend of global bunker market will bring market opportunities for China bunker industry. James Gao reckons that China has enough ability to achieve self-sufficiency in low-sulfur bunker supply in near future, and even may export to key global markets with central government’s policy support. This will undoubtedly influence the NE-Asian bunker market to a large extent.
Speaker: Michael Mao Senior Energy Analyst
Michael Mao presented the outstanding performance of China LNG industry in 2018, and conducted an in-depth analysis on future industry entrants and import potentials. He believes that with the continuous market-orientation reform in China natural gas industry, various policies such as the fair opening up of the natural gas infrastructure will be implemented gradually. An increasing number of participants are expected to get involved in the import business. Though facing the great challenges from the natural gas and other substitutes, China LPG industry will have notable supply gap to be fulfilled by import in future, which is expected to bring opportunities for China alkane deep-processing market players.
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