Lyceum Labs: Afternoon Labs


China’s Future Gas Supply: Competition for a growing market

Many global gas suppliers have been eyeing China as a prime destination for their gas. Indeed, in our outlook, China’s natural gas demand will grow roughly 100 Bcm every five years through 2030. In this expert dialogue, how does the government view gas import dependency? Will unconventional gas development, including shale gas, reach a level that threatens import growth? Which markets will be the battleground for LNG imports and pipeline imports? IHS Markit gas experts will share their insights on the different factors affecting the future of gas supply to one of the world’s fastest growing gas markets.

Session Speakers
  • Anna Galtsova

    IHS Markit

    Research & Analysis Associate Director

  • Jenny Yang

    IHS Markit

    Director, China Power, Gas, Coal and Renewables

  • Xizhou Zhou

    IHS Markit

    Managing Director