Head of logistics of the Energy Program
Chen Yingyuan graduated from EDHEC Business School with a Master’s degree in Finance. Before joining Asia Centre, she worked as an M&A analyst focusing on cross-border transactions. Her interests of research include: International Energy Investments, RMB Exchange and Equity Index. She has been an active member and organizer of various social activities.
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Monday 17 June 2013
Currently, gas only accounts for 4% in China’s total energy mix - a rather small percentage if compared to the global average of 20% - and the country’s energy structure remains largely dominated by coal. However, in recent years, China’s consumption increased dramatically, making the country become one of the world’s top-10 gas consumers. According to IEA estimations, in 2013 China will take the third place as the largest world gas consumer, just after the US and Russia. Pushed by the Chinese government willingness to diversify its energy mix and move towards a cleaner energy production, it is anticipated that by 2020 China will reach the share of 10% for gas in the total energy consumption.