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China Oil & Gas Q3 2019

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China Oil & Gas Q3 2019
Published: May 28, 2019 Content info: 114 Pages
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Key View:

A coordinated upstream capital spending increase by China's three state-owned oil giants is set to stem the multi-year

decline in domestic oil production in 2019, although this is unlikely to be sustainable over the longer term, as conventional reserves

decline, exploration efforts slow and mainlining output from mature fields becomes increasingly costly. The outlook for natural gas is

constructive due to favourable government policies. A strong coal-to-gasification push bodes well for both production and

consumption of gas, and will keep China firmly on track to maintain its newfound status as the world's biggest importer of the fuel.

Long-term risks to domestic demand growth lie to the downside, amid concerns about slowing economic growth and elevated

external headwinds to growth, although the government's targeted stimulus measures could see growth supported in the short

term.

Table of Contents
Product Code: SSCN02_20190701

Table of Contents

  • Key View
  • SWOT
  • Oil & Gas SWOT
  • Industry Forecast
  • Upstream Exploration
  • Upstream Projects
  • Upstream Oil Production
  • Upstream Gas Production
  • Refining
  • Refined Fuels Consumption
  • Gas Consumption
  • Oil Trade
  • Gas Trade
  • Industry Risk/Reward Index
  • Asia Upstream Oil & Gas Risk/Reward Index
  • Asia Downstream Oil & Gas Risk/Reward Index
  • China Upstream Oil & Gas Risk/Reward Index
  • China Downstream Oil & Gas Risk/Reward Index
  • Market Overview
  • China Energy Market Overview
  • Oil & Gas Infrastructure

Competitive Landscape

  • Company Profile
  • CNOOC
  • CNPC
  • Sinopec
  • Regional Overview
  • Asia Oil & Gas Regional Overview
  • 13th Five-Year Plan
  • 13th Five-Year Plan: Key Points
  • Oil & Gas Glossary
  • Oil & Gas Methodology
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