72.5% of total global natural gas imports in 2017 come from East Asia
The 7th Global Energy Security Think Tank Forum was held. The conference was sponsored by the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, the Investment and Financing Promotion Committee of the China International Economic Cooperation Association, the International Advanced Technology Conversion Center of the China International Association for the Advancement of Science and Technology, China Overseas Smart City Technology Group Co., Ltd. (abbreviated as “China Overseas”), and Zhongke (Fuzhou) Industrial Park, Fujian Fuxing Tiancheng Energy Co., Ltd. co-organized.
At the meeting, Li Ping, head of the Institute of Quantitative Economics and Technology Economics at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, pointed out that China will make up for natural gas by transporting (natural gas) liquefied containers and (transport) tanks on land and railways. Multiple channels of transportation, this is also a new idea of ??natural gas supply. More importantly, we must establish a global common market. “We are now promoting the 'One Belt and One Road' connectivity in East Asia. The co-construction of the global natural gas market is the most effective measure to ensure energy security,” he said.
On June 19, the strategic cooperation between China Overseas LNG Industrial Chain Co., Ltd. was announced, and Shenzhen Hefei Online Internet Financial Services Co., Ltd., CIMC Enric, Hebei Qinglong County Government, Caofeidian Port Logistics Park, and Zhenhua Logistics Co., Ltd. signed relevant The cooperation agreement has become a strategic partner of China Overseas LNG (liquefied natural gas) industrial chain financial services. It is reported that China Overseas LNG Industrial Chain Project uses LNG tank containers as storage units to meet the storage, transshipment, gasification and liquefaction natural gas peaking reserve distribution centers. The project relies on China Overseas's powerful resource integration capabilities, the rational establishment of a full-industry-chain service platform, and the flexibility of LNG tank containers, with no dead-end supply characteristics, and eases the seasonal shortage of LNG through various transportation methods such as roads, railways, and pipelines. The problem is conducive to increasing the effective supply of natural gas and gas storage peak-regulation measures, and improving the reliability and safety of energy supply.
Qin Shaozhe, the general manager of the online co-op online, pointed out that Hechao Online was on-line in June 2012, with a cumulative turnover of more than 23 billion yuan and a cumulative registered user of approximately 600,000. It is the first member of the China Internet Finance Association in South China and a member of the council. City Internet Finance Association vice president unit. Earlier this year, China Overseas Smart City Science & Technology Group Co., Ltd. successfully injected co-occurrence online, aiming to fully combine the resources and capabilities of co-occurrence online in the field of internet finance, and effectively bring funds into the physical industry for the development of smart cities, focusing on the spirit of the Central Financial Work Conference. Returning to the origin, improving the efficiency of allocating financial resources and ensuring that the strategic layout of the “Internet Plus” field can better benefit the society and promote the development planning of smart cities more quickly. In the future, Responsive Online will rely on the advantages of resources to innovatively solve the problem of convenient financing of downstream merchants and companies that need to purchase or co-operate in the supply chain of liquefied natural gas products, and open up the supply chain of natural gas and tank containers. The downstream financing bottleneck reduces the cost of financing, thereby improving the core competitiveness of upstream and downstream gas tank companies in the market.
At present, there are multiple bottlenecks in the transmission and distribution of natural gas in the country. From the oil and gas fields to the transportation terminals, from international suppliers to China ports, from LNG terminals in terminals to distribution markets, there is a problem of insufficient capacity. The report of the “China Energy Outlook 2018-2050” released by the 7th Global Energy Security Think Tank Forum believes that the construction of the transmission capacity of the domestic market should be accelerated in conjunction with the relevant measures to promote reforms, from entry gate stations, port LNG terminals, gas storage facilities. Gas pipelines, gasification stations, city gate stations, backbone networks, regional networks, gas stations and other sectors will increase market access, and strive to form a distribution network covering industrial, commercial, and home users in urban and rural areas in a short period of time.
According to the “China Energy Outlook 2018-2050” report, 72.5% of the total global natural gas import in 2017 comes from East Asia, and more than half of the total imports come from China. Promoting the use of natural gas, increasing the proportion of natural gas in the energy consumption structure, and achieving a strategic transformation of the energy structure are important directions for China's current energy reform and development planning. In terms of transmission and distribution methods, exploring innovative models such as multimodal transport of LNG tank containers and supplementing the inadequacies of traditional transport capacity will help solve the problem of tight supply in a relatively short period of time. The report pointed out that under the condition that the security of LNG storage and transportation facilities is guaranteed, based on the already established network of transportation infrastructure of railway networks, highway networks, and inland waterways, China has already had the feasibility of using tank containers for transmission and distribution. The implementation of this mode of transport can not only save a lot of investment, but also cover most terminal consumers in a short period of time. In the future, TC Online will help the Group to promote and develop clean energy goals. It will provide a full range of financial services for upstream and downstream companies in the supply chain of LNG tank containers, build an online financial platform for investors to trust, and start green energy technology. Journey.
It is reported that the Global Energy Security Think Tank Forum is an international think tank exchange platform for global energy security. It was founded in 2012 by the Institute of Quantitative and Technical Economics of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, the Institute for Global Security Analysis (USA), and the United States Energy Security Council. Co-sponsored. The purpose of the "Global Energy Security Think Tank Forum" is to promote the research and academic exchanges of global think tanks in energy security, disseminate the concept of sustainable development, promote global energy security cooperation and policy coordination, and promote the cleanup of the energy industry. The current member organizations include: Institute of Quantitative Economics and Technology Economics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Graduate School of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, International Energy Charter, International Energy Forum, Global Security Analysis Institute (USA), and United States Energy Security Council. The "Global Energy Security Think Tank Forum" is also one of a series of activities of the Think Tank Forum of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.