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Analyzing China's Energy Industry 2019

  • ID: 4770416
  • Report
  • May 2019
  • Region: Global, China
  • 215 Pages
  • Aruvian Research


  • China Huaneng Group Inc.

At the beginning of 2019, it was estimated that China is all set to become a global leader in renewable energy. China is today in a leading position when it comes to renewable energy output and has also established itself as a market leader in other related technologies, such as electric vehicles. Beijing, today, has firmly established itself in an influential position, which sees other countries struggling to counter or even match up.

Following decades of rapid economic growth, China's energy needs have dramatically expanded and China is now the biggest consumer of energy in the world. Apart from this, China still remains the largest producer and consumer of coal, the biggest emitter of carbon dioxide.

By the end of 2016, most of China's energy and coal use was coming from its industrial sector, with the country's dependence on coal for powering its industries significantly causing urban air pollution, to the extent that polluted cities such as Beijing declaring holidays due to the deteriorating air condition.

With renewables leading the way, there is a new era on the horizon for China's energy industry. The Chinese government has clearly stated that it is well on its way to making renewables the core of the country's energy system by the year 2050.

This report is a comprehensive Insight on the Chinese Energy Sector and it explains the foundations of China’s energy market thereby also explaining the consumption and energy source energy feed mix that is operational in the PRC. The modern day consumption and production trends are also explained in the report whereby the PRC’s mega potential in renewable energy is beginning to be recognized.

Important landmarks like the Kyoto Protocol in face of the geopolitical energy scenario and their impact on the energy security of the PRC is also explained in-depth in this report. An important analysis as provided in the report is the application of the Porter’s Five Forces Analysis to the China Energy Sector and the analysis of the industry in a PEST framework. The report further focuses on the policy effort from the PRC which is aligning the industry to the WTO guidelines and objectives wherein at the same time establishing the link between the GDP and energy growth.

The challenges faced by the China Energy sector like investment financing and the economics against environment facets are also explained in details.  Furthering the understanding of China’s Energy Market, the report profiles some of the major players in the industry who are contributing to the growth of this sector.

The report provides forecasting analysis of the energy forecast for China and the forecast for petroleum and Oil demand for the China Energy Market. Analyzing China’s Energy Industry 2019 is an exhaustive analysis of understanding the market dynamics of China’s Energy Industry – an industry which is fast emerging as the most dynamic and hottest market opportunities in Asia.

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  • China Huaneng Group Inc.

A. Executive Summary

B. Introduction to the Chinese Energy Market
B.1 Industry Definition
B.2 Foundations of China’s Energy Market
B.3 China Energy Market - Present Day
B.4 Growing Energy Consumption of the Country
B.5 Energy Production Sources in China
B.6 Traditional Energy Reserves in China
B.7 Chinese Energy Situation – Coal Intensive
B.8 China Energy Market Feed Segmentation
B.9 China Energy Outlook - Conventional & Non Conventional

C. Energy Demand Supply Dynamics –Key Sectors
C.1 Coal
C.2 Oil
C.3 Natural Gas
C.4 Energy from the Atom
C.5 Water Nature’s Clean Energy
C.6 China – Recognising the Mega Potential of Renewable Energy

D. Key Industry Trends
D.1 Progressive Economic Growth and Energy Consumption
D.2 China Energy Sources Feeding Consumption Growth
D.3 Oil Dependant Energy Production in China
D.4 Transportation of Energy across China
D.5 Capitalising on Gas Storage

E. Denominations of Challenges
E.1 The Kyoto Protocol – A Landmark
E.2 Increasing Economic Activity - Is Energy Keeping Pace?
E.3 Facing the Environmental Challenge
E.4 Impact of Inflationary Oil Prices
E.5 Oil Politics Threatening Energy Security

F. Analyzing the Chinese Energy Industry in a PEST Framework
F.1 Political Features
F.2 Economic Features
F.3 Social Features
F.4 Technological Features

G. The Chinese Energy Industry in Porter’s Five Forces Strategy Analysis
G.1 Bargaining Power of Buyer
G.2 Bargaining Power of Suppliers
G.3 Competitive Rivalry in the Industry
G.4 Threat of New Entrants
G.5 Threat of Industry Substitution
G.6 Conclusion

H. Supplements to Growth
H.1 Role of the Government
H.2 Macroeconomic Growth
H.3 Capitalising on New & Renewable Energy Potential
H.4 Natural Gas as an ‘In-Demand’ Energy Source
H.5 Symbiotic Growth of the Energy Equipment Sector

I. Framework of Energy Development & Regulation
I.1 Focus on Renewable Energy Development Law
I.2 Aligning to WTO Objectives
I.3 SOE Control
I.4 Taxing Carbon Emission
I.5 Decentralising for Energy Growth

J. Understanding Energy Economics
J.1 Link between GDP & Energy Growth
J.2 Development of Infrastructure
J.3 Economic Environment Face Off 
J.4 Capital Investment and Financing

K. Leading Players
K.1 China Coal Import and Export Group
K.2 China International Water and Electric Corporation (CWE)
K.3 China National Chemicals Import and Export Corporation (Sinochem)
K.4 China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC)
K.5 China National Petroleum Corporation (PetroChina)
K.6 China National Star Petroleum
K.7 China Petroleum and Chemical Corporation (Sinopec)
K.8 State Grid Corporation of China
K.9 China Huaneng Group Inc.
K.10 National Nuclear Industry Corporation

L. Energy Forecast for China
L.1 Petroleum Forecast
L.2 Forecast of Oil Demand

M. Appendix

N. Glossary of Terms

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  • China Coal Import and Export Group
  • China Huaneng Group Inc.
  • China International Water and Electric Corporation (CWE)
  • China National Chemicals Import and Export Corporation (Sinochem)
  • China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC)
  • China National Petroleum Corporation (PetroChina)
  • China National Star Petroleum
  • China Petroleum and Chemical Corporation (Sinopec)
  • National Nuclear Industry Corporation
  • State Grid Corporation of India
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