Jun Bai

Beijing Gas Group

Vice President, Research Institute

Mr. Bai Jun is vice president of Beijing Gas Group’s Research Institute, overseeing research effort on energy strategy, policy, market and international cooperation. He is also a member of the energy policy task force of International Gas Union, while serving as an expert member for China Oil Circulation Association, China Energy Research Society, and China Petroleum Society. Before joining Beijing Gas, Mr. Bai was executive director of Institute of International Energy, an energy think tank affiliated with International Cooperation Center, the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC). He has served in the energy industry for more than a decade and specializes in China energy market analysis, especially in oil and gas sector. Mr. Bai chaired various NDRC energy research projects, participated in the oil and gas market reform study, and assisted in drafting the oil and gas industry regulations. He was a member of the drafting committee of China’s long-term energy strategy that stretches beyond 2030. Prior to this, Mr. Bai was the chief China analyst at an IOC’s global oil trading unit, tracking every facet of the Chinese oil and energy market at large. He has also served as an energy researcher at a major international information service provider for professional markets, initiating its China LNG coverage and leading its China oil refining and power market analysis. Mr. Bai writes commentaries and reports for both Chinese and English publications.

Sessions With Jun Bai

Wednesday, 3 March

  • 07:30am - 08:00am (CST) / 03/mar/2021 01:30 pm - 03/mar/2021 02:00 pm

    Strategic Dialogue

    Asian Gas Market Liberalization: New opportunities across the value chain

    Panel Markets/Economics/Strategy Upstream Oil & Gas Gas & LNG
    Liberalization efforts are ongoing in many Asian gas markets, with some already attaining certain accomplishments. The common goal is to improve market efficiency, increase competition, and therefore reduce prices. What might policy makers may do next to push market reforms forward? How will the incumbents react? What are potential opportunities for new players?