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Energy markets and the future of energy demand in China and the Pacific

Energy markets and the future of energy demand in China and the Pacific

Nanjing Symposium : summary of the Chinese-American Energy Symposium, Nanjing, China, June 1988.

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Published by Foreign Policy Institute, School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Energy industries -- China -- Congresses.,
  • Energy industries -- Pacific Area -- Congresses.,
  • Energy consumption -- China -- Congresses.,
  • Energy consumption -- Pacific Area -- Congresses.,
  • Energy policy -- China -- Congresses.,
  • Energy policy -- Pacific Area -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    GenreCongresses.
    SeriesEnergy papers -- no. 17., Energy paper (Johns Hopkins University. Foreign Policy Institute) -- no. 17.
    ContributionsInternational Energy Program., Johns Hopkins University. Foreign Policy Institute., Chinese-American Energy Symposium (1988 : Nanjing, China)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 72 p. :
    Number of Pages72
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16889247M

    As the world’s economic powerhouse and largest energy consumer, much effort is spent understanding China’s historical energy consumption (e.g.,,) and future energy demand,,.However these studies typically examine primary or final energy data, rather than useful work values obtained using an exergy analysis based by: topics in the international oil markets and OPEC, the U.S. natural gas markets, Japan and the Asia-Pacific LNG market, and the European energy markets. Various other topics such as energy risk management, energy regulation, and energy security may be covered as well. Class Dates, Location and Hours: Dates: August 12 – 18, File Size: KB. Energy demand is growing robustly in China, India, and other Asia-Pacific countries. The mix of energy type that will meet this demand in the next several decades will be different from what it is now. Currently, the four-fifth of energy needs of China is supplied by consuming coal. The rest is petroleum based. In India 57% of the energy.   In oil, demand from emerging markets overtook the OECD in , with Asia tilting the board decisively eastward. A world used to thinking of fixed energy markets served by this or that.


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