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20 September 2017 - 21 September 2017 at China World Summit Hotel, No.1 Jianguomenwai Avenue, Beijing, 100004, China

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THE MOST INFLUENTIAL ENERGY GATHERING IN CHINA

Join us in 2017 as 500 business leaders from energy (upstream, LNG/midstream, downstream, infrastructure, renewables, services), finance and investment gather to discuss the future of China

Day 1 – 6th September
Night 1 – 6th September
Day 2 – 7th September


08.15am – 09.00am: Registration, refreshments and networking

09.00am – 09.15am: Welcome remarks and official opening ceremony

  • Ross Stewart Campbell, Chairman, Oil & Gas Council

09.15am – 10.15am: (Keynote Panel and Q&A) The outlook for Chinese energy: 13th five year plan, energy policy updates and the reform of Chinese NOCs and SOEs to be more commercial, ustainable, value oriented and international

  • Hu Weiping, Chairman, China Overseas Development Association and former Deputy Director-General, Oil & Gas, National Energy Administration (NDRC, China)
  • Professor Zhang ZhongXiang, College of Management & Economics, Tianjin University, China
  • Guan Bin, Managing Director and Head, Oil & Gas Research, CICC
  • Gavin Thompson, Vice President, China & North East Asia Gas and Power Research, Wood Mackenzie (Session moderator)

10.15am – 11.00am: Refreshment break and networking

11.00am – 11.15am: Collaboration and partnership across the Chinese energy value chain

  • Jean-Marc Guyot, Chairman and CEO, ENGIE China

11.15am – 11.30am: The future of big data and information technology in energy companies

  • Lancelot Guo, VP, Greater China, IBM

11.30am – 12.30pm: (Keynote Panel and Q&A) Where are international energy companies investing in China’s domestic landscape and what Reform and incentives are necessary to ensure further investment, discourage further exodus and overall that China becomes a more competitive and attractive destination for global capex?

  • Bertrand de La Noue, Chairman and General Representative, China, Total
  • Jean-Marc Guyot, Chairman and CEO, ENGIE China
  • Mark Wheeler, President, China, ConocoPhillips
  • Qian Xiang, President, Greater China, GE Oil & Gas
  • Michael Arruda, Partner, Baker Botts (Session moderator)

12.30pm – 2.00pm: Lunch and networking

2.00pm – 2.20pm: Global gas markets: North American perspective

  • Martin Houston, Chairman, International, Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co

2.20pm – 2.40pm: Global energy markets: China gas perspective (part one)

  • Glenn Corrie, CEO, Sino Gas & Energy

2.40pm – 3.00pm: Global energy markets: China gas perspective (part two)

  • Pierce Li, Co-CEO and President, AAG Energy

3.00pm – 3.20pm: Global energy markets: Investing in Canadian energy projects

  • Samer Salameh, Chairman and CEO, Pacific Future Energy Corporation

3.20pm – 4.00pm: Refreshment break and networking

4.00pm – 4.15pm: The AIIB's plans to develop new energy infrastructure in Asia

  • Dr. D.J. Pandian, CIO, Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB)

4.15pm – 5.15pm: (Keynote Panel and Q&A) Where are Chinese financers and investors now investing in domestic and international energy? The trends, reflections and implications from recent transactions involving upstream companies, service companies, gas pipelines, storage facilities and import terminals.

  • Ding Sheng, Senior Managing Director and Head, Energy, HOPU Investments
  • Bo Bai, Managing Director, Energy, Warburg Pincus
  • Angela Ge, Former Director, New Ventures and Deputy Chief Economist, CNODC
  • Vincent Lun, Head, Oil & Gas Investments, Can-China Global Resource Fund
  • Unis Chong, Managing Director and Head, Energy and Natural Resources, Bank of China (session moderator)

5.15pm – 5.20pm: Concluding remarks and close of first day

  • Ross Stewart Campbell, Chairman, Oil & Gas Council

7.00pm – 10.00pm: China Oil & Gas Dinner


7.00pm – 10.00pm: China Oil & Gas Dinner


08.15am – 09.00am: Registration, refreshments and networking

09.00am – 09.20am: Welcome remarks and reflections from day one

  • Li Yao, CEO, SIA Energy

09.20am – 10.15am: (Keynote Panel and Q&A) Competing for future Chinese energy demand: how are low prices affecting the economics and investment sentiment in oil (LPG and fuel oil), gas (offshore and unconventional), coal and the make-up of the future energy mix

  • Lee Ping, Former President, China, BG Group
  • Dr. Dai Jiaquan, Director, Oil Research, ETRI, CNPC
  • Song Lei, Deputy General Manager, Planning and Information, UNIPEC
  • Chen Weidong, Former Chief Energy Researcher, Energy Economics Institute, CNOOC
  • Professor Zhang Qi, Executive Vice Dean, Academy of Chinese Energy Strategy, China University of Petroleum
  • Li Yao, CEO, SIA Energy (session moderator)

10.15am – 11.00am: Refreshment break and networking

11.00am – 12.00pm: (Keynote Panel and Q&A) The continued evolution of China’s gas and liquefied natural gas (LNG) markets: the transformation of the private sector and what new investment, joint venture and trading opportunities are emerging even with slowing demand and over supply?

  • Zhu Jianwen, President, Gas & Power Trading & Marketing, CNOOC
  • Ren Xianfang, Head, China Gas Strategy & Portfolio, Shell
  • Peng Ciming, Chief Expert, Business Strategy and Planning, Sinopec International
  • Huang Weizhong, Vice President, Strategy and Investment, China Resources Gas Group
  • Dr. Michael Jones, Director, Business Development and Technology, Fortune Oil
  • Liu Yangyang, Managing Director, EIG Global Energy Partners (session moderator)

12.00pm – 1.15pm: Lunch and networking

1.15pm – 1.30pm: Investing into Mexico's upstream, the players, the challenges, the opportunities

  • Andres Pena, Executive Director, Yanchang Petroleum International

1.30pm – 2.30pm: (Closing Panel and Q&A) The future of the upstream: third party access, collaboration with NOCs, overcoming the current technical and commercial challenges to realise long-term potential and where do new investment and business opportunities exist?

  • Wang Jinlong, Chairman and Executive Director, Petro-king
  • Jin Shumao, Executive Director, SPT Energy
  • Frank Inouye, Executive Director, AziPac
  • Zhou Shuihui, Deputy Director, Planning and Engineering Institute, PetroChina
  • Aaron Howell, Managing Director and Head, Oil & Gas (APAC), Rothschild (session moderator)

2.30pm – 2.45pm: Concluding remarks and close of Assembly

  • Ross Stewart Campbell, Chairman, Oil & Gas Council


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