This book takes a new look at China's position in both the Asian-Pacific and international oil markets, defines the recent structural changes in these markets, and examines the impact of the Chinese industry on trade, pricing, and the regional refining industry.
Table of Contents
Part One: The Structure of China's Petroleum Administration 1. The Structure of China's Petroleum Administration Part Two: Workshop Papers 2. Perspectives on the International Petroleum Market 3. The Oil and Energy Outlook for the Asia-Pacific Region 4. The Emerging Surplus of Condensate and Naphtha in the Western Pacific Basin 5. The Prospects for Petroleum Refining and Trading in the Asia-Pacific Region 6. China's Energy Policy 7. Development of China's Petroleum Industry: An Overview 8. China's Petroleum Refining Industry in Progress 9. Processing Shengli Crude for Transportation Fuels