SHANGHAI--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Suffering from the sharp decrease of LNG demand in Asia region due to the economic recession, the LNG spot trade in this region has shrinked sharply in the first half of 2009. But the situation is quite different in China, as China LNG import volume has reached 2.04 million tons in the first half of 2009, which is 32.62% more than the same period last year.
What opportunities are hidden in the China LNG market? Will the national natural gas pipeline projects impact the China LNG market? What's the next plan of China LNG receiving terminals development?
In the 2nd Asia LNG Forum 2009 (Sep. 22-23, Shenzhen, China), the above mentioned questions will be answered thoroughly. This forum is organized by C1 Energy, the leading energy market intelligence provider in China, who has served this market for 10 years, and covers over 70% of the Chinese energy information market. The highlight of this forum is that CNOOC, Sinopec, and PetroChina, the 3 most powerful players in the China oil & gas industry will all involve and bring their insights into China LNG industry development. What's more, C1 Energy recently released a piece of stimulating news, that a one-month free-trial of its China Gas Markets Report is now available at the forum website http://alf2009.cbichina.com.