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日期2018年11月19日12:00 - 13:45 添加到日历
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The American Chamber of Commerce in HK

1904 Bank of America Tower, 12 Harcourt Road
Central, 香港

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联系人: Natalie Yu
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With U.S.-China trade tensions simmering, the energy relationship between both countries could not be more important. A decade ago, both countries had little common interests in energy other than being large importers of oil. Today, this relationship is completely changed.


Through shale, the US has become a major exporter of energy and may soon reach the point of energy independence. China energy imports on the other hand continue to grow and dependency on the Middle East has never been greater. With US energy exports likely to continue to grow, China could be an important market. Already China is a major importer of US oil and the third largest importer of US LNG.


Over the next decade China's imports of LNG will surge on polices to reduce pollution and through coal to gas conversion. Thanks to shale the US could be a major supplier of LNG, with among the cheapest gas prices in the world. Does China want US LNG? How much LNG can the US send to China? Will it make a difference to the trade deficit? Can strategic competitors be collaborators in energy?


First 15 minutes is for networking

Sandwiches and beverages included


Hosted by the Energy Committee and Trade & Investment Committee

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演讲嘉宾
  • Neil Beveridge (Senior Research Analyst, Sanford C. Bernstein)

    Neil Beveridge

    Senior Research Analyst, Sanford C. Bernstein

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会员价格 HKD 300

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HKD 450
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Cancellation Policy
•    All cancellations must be notified in writing at least two working days prior to the event, or six working days prior to the conference. No-shows will be charged
•    When Typhoon 8 (or above) or Black Rainstorm Signal is hoisted, all events will be cancelled