China's energy sector dynamics and implications for Australia

March 14 2017

China is making significant progress in developing and reforming its energy sector.

On March 14 2017 the Australia-China Relations Institute (ACRI)’s new Principal Research Fellow Dr Xunpeng Shi discussed the complexities of the Chinese energy market and its implications for Australia's growth prospects.

Dr Shi provided an overview of Chinese energy production, consumption and policy reforms, and examined the emerging development of China’s energy sector, particularly the policies and initiatives in coal and natural gas that will have a significant impact on Australia’s trade and economy.


About Dr Xunpeng Shi

Prior to joining ACRI in 2016, Dr Shi was an Adjunct Senior Research Fellow at the Energy Studies Institute (ESI), National University of Singapore. He is active in the East Asian energy community and a frequent speaker on China, ASEAN and East Asian energy issues. He provides regular commentary on contemporary developments in China’s energy sector.

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March 14 2017
ACRI conference room
Level 18, Tower Building, University of Technology Sydney
15 Broadway
Ultimo NSW 2007