September 1998

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: HPImpact: Shifts in China's energy development

Recently, the financial strength of Asia-Pacific, including China, has been questioned. Some very important facts, however, cannot be ignored when discussing China's energy future. In a new report, En..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Recently, the financial strength of Asia-Pacific, including China, has been questioned. Some very important facts, however, cannot be ignored when discussing China's energy future. In a new report, Energy in China: Poised for the 21st Century, author James P. Dorian gives this overview: With a population of 1.23 billion, China is the largest market worldwide and consists of separate urban and rural markets. Ongoing national economic reform policies will continue to foster an attractive investment environment for outside sources. China's energy and mining industries are now more closely tied into global markets; price volatility and fluctuations elsewhere

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