Argus China and Global Oil 2017
China’s Independent refining sector is expected to continue driving global crude demand growth. Join us as we evaluate the competitive landscape and identify new business opportunities.
The event in 2016 attracted almost 140 participants from across the globe, with strong involvement from China’s teakettle refineries, global producers and traders. In 2017, Argus China and Global Oil event will continue our commitment to providing a high-quality platform, sharing the most timely market intelligence and helping drive the success of this crucial market.
In Argus China and Global Oil 2017, the following questions will also be the key topics of debate.
China raised its non-state crude import quota to 1.752mn b/d for 2016, more than TRIPLE the 2014 import quota. What will happen in 2017?
What is the outlook for China’s crude market next year?
How will crude supply develop in Russia and eastern Europe, the Middle East, the Baltic region, South America, Africa, Australia and southeast Asia?
Will the deregulation of China’s refining sector change teakettles’ crude demand in 2017, and in what way?
What are the best investment opportunities available across the region in 2017?
On Thursday March 30, 2017 at 8:00 am (ends Friday March 31, 2017 at 5:00 pm)
Category: Conferences - Energy & Environment - Oil & Gas
Standard: USD 1800
Early Bird: USD 1600
Venue: Beijing, China, Beijing, China, Beijing, China