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The ten provinces along China’s coast account for 36 percent of the country’s population and over half of the nation’s GDP. With a much higher urbanization rate and average disposable income, this area has become an energy demand center in China. Today it accounts for close to 50 percent of Chinese power consumption.

Coal has been fueling much of the growth in coastal China, but a recent focus on urban air pollution has heightened the demand for cleaner fuel in the future. As the demand for coal slows down and electricity consumption continues to grow at a relatively rapid pace, how will coastal China meet its future demand? Will there be sufficient natural gas to fill the gap? How will the higher costs of gas impact demand?
AmCham China's Oil, Energy & Power (OEP) Forum is pleased to invite Zhou Xizhou, director and head of China Energy, IHS CERA, to present his insights on the current energy supply in China and the future trends based on his observations and analysis.

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AmCham China Conference Center
AmCham China Conference Center
The Office Park, Tower AB, 6th Floor
No. 10 Jintongxi Road
Chaoyang District

Beijing, China

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