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FORUM 18 - 2018


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OGIF Mission:  The OGIF is a public-private partnership involving government and industry representatives from the United States and China.  The Forum enables both countries to meet common goals, including the development of secure, reliable, and economic sources of oil and natural gas while facilitating investment in the energy industry.
 
 

 
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2018
  • Registration
 
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2018
  • Registration
  • U.S. Government and Chinese Government Senior Officials’ Meeting
  • Opening Remarks by:
    • Steve Winberg, Assistant Secretary, Office of Fossil Energy, US Department of Energy
    • LI Ye, Executive Director General for Regulation, National Energy Administration, China

SESSION 1: Natural Gas Policies and Regulations
Moderator: Shawn Bennett, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Office of Oil and Natural Gas, US Department of Energy

  1. LNG Safety: Regulation & Policies (Terminals, Bunkering)
    Lieutenant Commander Eric Hanson, National Technical Advisor
    US Coast Guard’s Liquefied Gas Carrier National Center of Expertise

  2. China Oil and Gas Industry and China-US Oil and Gas Cooperation Outlook
    Dong Xiang, National Energy Administration, China
 
Session 2: Maximizing the US-China Oil and Gas Relationship in a Global Context:
Where are we headed?
Moderator: Liu Hong, Deputy Director, National Energy Administration, China
  1. Technology Innovation – a Key Area for the US and China Cooperation in the Upstream Sector
    Mark Wheeler, President, ConocoPhillips China
  2. Deepening Sino-US Oil and Gas Cooperation Can Contribute to Market Stabilization
    Zhang Hualin, Director General of the Policy Research Office, China National Petroleum Corporation
  3. The Future of U.S.-China Energy Cooperation
    Robert Fee, Vice President, International Affairs and Commercial Development Cheniere
  4. Strengthening Oil and Gas Exchange and Cooperation - Promoting Sino-US Mutual Benefits and Understanding
    Wang Nengquan, Principle Investigator, Sinochem
 

Session 3A: Cooperation and Investment Experience in the Natural Gas
Upstream, Midstream, and Downstream Sectors
Moderator: Shawn Bennett, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Office of Oil and Natural Gas, US Department of Energy

  1. Underground Gas Storage – Full Stream Solution for Reliable UGS
    Xiang Qian, CEO Baker Hughes, a GE Company China (BHGE-China), Baker Hughes
  2. Opportunities and Initiatives of US-China Energy Cooperation from the Perspective of “Gas-Electric Integration”
    Xie Chunwang, President, Huadian Green Energy Co., Ltd.
  3. Utilization of Aeroderivative Gas Turbines for Hydraulic Fracturing
    Richard Clinton, President and CEO, Vericor Power Systems
  4. Sinopec Shale Gas Exploration & Production Status
    Li Yang, Deputy Chief Engineer, SINOPEC

Session 3B: Cooperation and Investment Experience in the Natural Gas Upstream, Midstream, and Downstream Sectors
Moderator: Wang Nengquan, Principle Investigator, Sinochem Economical and Technological Research Center

  1. Microturbines in the Upstream Oil & Gas Business
    Steve Birdsall, Business Development Manager, Oil & Gas, Capstone Turbine
  2. Opportunities and Challenges of Sino-US LNG Cooperation
    Zhang Rongwang, General Manager
    CNOOC Gas and Power Group Trading and Marketing Branch
  3. US State Taxation Impact on Profit of Unconventional Oil and Gas Investment
    Dr. Yun Doreen Chin, Executive Vice President (PhD, PE, ASME Fellow), EnPower Energy LLC (ASME)
  4. The Advantages and Disadvantages of the Analysis for ISO Container LNG Trade between China and the United States
    Hu Weiping, Chairman, China Overseas Development Association
 
US-China Industry and Government Meeting
 

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2018

Opening Remarks
Carl B. Kress, Regional Director for East Asia/Middle East, North Africa, Europe, and Eurasia
U.S. Trade & Development Agency (USTDA)
Session 4: Small-scale LNG Panel
Moderator: Hu Weiping, Chairman China Overseas Development Corporation
4 panelists:
 

Session 5: LNG Commercial Business Briefings
Moderator: Carl B. Kress, Regional Director for East Asia/Middle East, North Africa, Europe,
and Eurasia
U.S. Trade & Development Agency (USTDA)

8 Presenters:

 

Closing Remarks
  • Steve Winberg, Assistant Secretary, Office of Fossil Energy, US Department of Energy
  • LI Ye, Executive Director General for Regulation, National Energy Administration, China
 

Site Visit Cheniere Sabine Pass LNG Terminal.
Cheniere Sabine Pass Project Overview and Safety Briefing.

 
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