BEIJING, May 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
Senior business leaders from BP China, CNOOC Energy Economics Institute, National Development and Reform Commission, Schlumberger China Petroleum Institute and Sinopec E&P Institute are among the representatives of the Advisory Committee of the 4th Global Unconventional Gas Summit (GUG), taking place in Beijing in October.
Representatives of ten International and Chinese unconventional gas players will collectively provide a wealth of expertise to support the programme development of the anticipated 2013 Summit and Workshop.
The newly-formed Advisory Committee combines expert know-how across technical and commercial disciplines, with an in-depth understanding of the Chinese unconventional landscape.
Global Unconventional Gas Summit 2013 Advisory Committee members include:
- Dennis Hilkewich, E&P Project Manager, BP China
- Ming Sung, Chief Representative-Asia Pacific, Clean Air Task Force
- Chen Weidong, Chief Energy Researcher, CNOOC Energy Economics Institute (Office for Policy Research)
- Liu Xiaoli, Deputy Director, Centre for Energy Economics & Development Strategy, Energy Research Institute, National Development and Reform Commission
- Yang Fuqiang, Senior Advisor, National Resources Defense Council
- Michael Chen, Fellow, Oxford Institute For Energy Studies
- Bernard Montaron, Director, Schlumberger China Petroleum Institute
- Jin Zhijun, President, Sinopec Petroleum E&P Institute
- Jin Shu Mao, Vice President, SPT Energy Group
- Gas Technology Institute
The committee will contribute to all aspects of programme development, including identifying the most important and topical issues impacting today's industry professionals, providing high-profile speaker recommendations and introductions and voting on submissions following the Summit's first Call for Papers.
Committee member, Jin Shu Mao, Vice President, SPT Energy Group, comments:
"SPT are very pleased and honoured to serve on the esteemed GUG 2013 Advisory Committee. We will contribute some unique insights from our rich China oilfield services experience and expertise and global practices on the most significant issues impacting China's unconventional gas development, and look forward to an even more successful conference."
Ming Sung, Chief Representative Asia-Pacific, Clean Air Task Force, adds:
"Development of unconventional gas is critical to meet Chinese energy needs and deploying the best practices would ensure the minimal negative environmental impacts. This event would allow leaders in the Government, industry, suppliers, NGO's and all stake-holders to gather, discuss, share experiences and collaborate to benefit each other."
About GUG 2013
Global Unconventional Gas Summit, co-organised by Gas Technology Institute and dmg :: events, is the premier event to attend and develop strategic relationships with senior decision-makers from China's unconventional gas market.
Returning for a 4th edition to Beijing, 21st-23rd October 2013, the event has experienced growth year-on-year and increased industry support on a global and local level. For attendees, GUG is effective in communicating the latest advances and best practices in shale gas development, as well as in offering networking opportunities with the industry's key decision-makers.
See http://www.gug2013.com for the latest programme updates and to register to attend.
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