Chinese energy markets : trading and risk management of by Armelle Guizot

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EIA (2007) also reports that it is intended that imported liquefied natural gas (LNG) will primarily serve China’s 36 CHINESE ENERGY MARKETS southeastern coastal region. A new intra-country market for LNG has developed and private investors now trade LNG indices. The main Chinese commodities indices are displayed by regions in Appendix 2. Chinese indices have an upward trend over time and are correlated to those of their international counterparts. While both private and government entities in China are improving liquidity and market trading infrastructures, new projects are also under way.

This part of the pipeline was created around July 2002 and the eastern section of the Ordos Basin started operations in 2004. Most Chinese commodities firms have a stake in the project and own a minority interest share. Some foreign entities are also connected to the project. For instance, Shell participated in the development of Changbei natural gas deposit, which investment also partially contributes to the pipeline’s infrastructure and architecture, with a seed investment of $600 million with cashflow intake until 2007.

The Jidong East Hebei oilfield The Jidong oilfield is located in the east part of Hebei Province, adjacent to Tangshan city. It is an offshore oilfield which was first exploited in 1978. The Zhongyuan oilfield The Zhongyuan oilfield is located in the north around Shandong and south within Henan Province. Zhongyuan oilfield was discovered in 1975. The Zhongyuan oilfield has an annual output of about 4 million tons. The Sichuan oil–gas field Sichuan oilfield is located in the central section of Sichuan Province and it is the largest natural gas production base in China.

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