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The China Petroleum and Chemical Industry Federation Fall Petroleum Industry Meeting China PETROLEUM SUMMIT CONFERENCE China and the growing role of Imported Oil & Gas Refining, Development and Trade Regent Hotel Beijing, China Main Organizers: The China Petroleum and Chemical Industry Federation (CPCIF) Executive Organizers: China National Chemical Economic & Technical Development Center Intertek Sponsor: Gain competitive insight on the growing Chinese Petroleum and LNG Markets The China Petroleum and Chemical Industry Federation Fall Petroleum Industry Meeting (CPCIF) Summit offers a rare opportunity for foreign petroleum and LNG related companies to gain insight into the China market and network with key representatives of China s oil & gas and refining industries. China has become one of the largest global consumers of oil-related products. Where China goes, the world s oil market will go with it. China imported a record breaking 2.54 million tons of crude oil in 2010, making the nation 55% dependent upon imported crude oil. An increasing number of petroleum refineries in China are depending upon imported crude oil. The Chinese Petroleum and energy market is dynamic, with changes in global oil supply, crude oil selection and geopolitics affecting where China obtains crude oil. China seeks to minimize oil price risk and ensure reliable sources of imported oil supply. To help understand and address these challenges, the CPCIF is holding the 2011 Petroleum Summit Conference around the theme The Status of China Oil & Gas Markets and Trade, and the Impact of Global Developments in China s Crude Oil, Refining and LNG Markets, as attendees discuss and review the latest developments and trends, while seeking the opportunities to win in the market. EVENT AGENDA Simultaneous translation from Mandarin to English will be available to Conference Attendees SESSION I CPCIF PETROLEUM SUMMIT OPENING 8:00-9:00 Registration and Networking 9:05-9:10 Welcome Speech Mr. Zhao Jungui, Vice Chairman of CPCIF Jay Gutierrez, Executive VP for Intertek Commodities Division 9:10-9:50 The Current Situation and Outlook of the China Petrochemical Industry Mr. Li Yongwu, Chairman of CPCIF 9:50-10:30 Global Oil and Gas Situation and Policy Yang Yufeng, Deputy Director, Energy Research Institute of the National Development and Reform Commission 10:35-10:45 Networking Tea and Coffee Break SESSION II CURRENT SITUATION OF INTERNATIONAL OIL & GAS INDUSTRY 10:45-11:25 China and OPEC: Oil Exploration & Trading of OPEC Members James Dennis, Crude Oil Specialist ICIS 11:25-12:05 Protecting Assets: Global Oil & Gas Supply Chain Trends Rennie van Wyk, Technical Director for Intertek Industrial & Assurance Division 12:05-13:30 Networking Lunch for Attendees EVENT AGENDA Simultaneous translation from Mandarin to English will be available to Conference Attendees SESSION III CHINA DEMAND & OPPORTUNITY IN THE OIL & GAS INDUSTRY 13:30-13:50 Current Situation and Prospect of China Oil & Gas Resources Dr. Jing Dongsheng 13:50-14:10 China Oil & Gas Imports - What s Happening Now China National Chemical Economic & Technical Development Center 14:10-14:30 External Cooperation and Trends Impacting the China Oil & Gas Industry Wu Mouyuan, Expert, CNPC Economics & Technology Research Institute 14:30-15:00 Helping the China Petroleum Industry Meet Trade Specifications Mr. Jerry Weers, Technology Manager for Baker Hughes 15:00-15:20 Panel Discussion and Q&A 15:20-15:30 Networking Tea and Coffee Break SESSION IV CHINA AND IMPORTED PETROLEUM AND LNG PROSPECTS: SUPPLY AND COOPERATION 15:30-16:00 China and the Middle East: Oil & Gas Exploration and Trading in the Gulf Region Dr. Bassam Fattouh, Director of the Oil and Middle East Programme at the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies 16:00-16:30 Oil & Gas Plans and Progress of East Russia and Sino-Russia Cooperation TBA 16:30-17:00 LNG: China and APAC Market Trends and Development APAC LNG Industry Representatives and Experts, TBA 17:00-17:30 Panel Discussion and Q&A - Hosted by Zhang Fuqin, Deputy Chief Engineer, CPPEI 18:30 Networking Cocktail Hour CONFERENCE LOCATION AND HOTEL INFORMATION The China Petroleum and Chemical Industry Federation Fall Petroleum Industry Meeting (CPCIF) Summit will be held at: The Regent Beijing Hotel 99 Jinbao Street Dongcheng District, Beijing , China Telephone: Conference Attendee Special Discount Rate: Deluxe King Room RMB 1,300 net per room per night USE DISCOUNT CODE: INT201011A (available until Sept. 30, 2011) Daily breakfast included Conference Partner Hotel: Park Plaza Hotel, Wangfujing 97 Jinbao Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing , China Telephone: Conference Hotel Special Discount Rate (available until Sept 16, 2011): Superior Room RMB 900 net per room per night Daily breakfast included All attendees are responsible for hotel arrangments, reservations and payments. Registration Form Website: china-summit-cpcif-2011/ Phone: Fax: Registration Rate: $ USD Registration Fee Per Delegate Mail: Intertek 801 Travis, Suite 1500 Houston, TX USA Delegate 1 Delegate Name Mr. q / Ms. q Job Title Mobile Delegate 1 Mobile Delegate Name Mr. q / Ms. q Department Job Title Mobile Company Name Tel Fax Address: Post Code Contact Person Tel Need an invitation letter for visa application q yes q no Payment Details q Check (make checks payable in USD to Intertek) Check # q Bank Wire (to pay via bank wire, please An additional bank wire fee of $25.00 USD will be added to your registration fee.) q Credit Card q Visa q Mastercard q American Express q Discover Name on Credit Card Card # Card Security Code Expiration Date Credit Card Billing Address (If same as above, please disregard) City State Zip/Postal Code Country: Cardholder Signature NOTES 1. Fee covers conference services, presentation documents, simultaneous interpretation (Chinese-English), coffee breaks, lunch, cocktail reception. 2. Deadline: It is suggested that your registration be made with ample time to ensure your ability to obtain a China Travel Visa from your nearest China Consulate or Embassy. 3. We will send you the final confirmation letter, and conference agenda several weeks before the conference. Please contact us if you do not receive them. 4. Conference attendees are responsible for making their own hotel arrangements, reservations and payments. 5. If for any reason, the CPCIF and Intertek must cancel or postpone this event, they are not responsible for hotel and other travel costs incurred by registrants. 6. No refunds will be processed after the event concludes. QUESTIONS? Contact us at
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