Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies Program on Energy and Sustainable Development Stanford University


Natural Gas in the Energy Futures of China and India  

Date and Time
June 4, 2007 - June 5, 2007

By Invitation Only

The role of natural gas in Chinese and Indian economies is of critical import both domestically and for global energy and environmental issues. The competition between coal and natural gas in these two markets has tremendous implications for local air pollution and for climate change. Rising demand for imported gas in China and India will also shape the LNG market in the Pacific Basin and could lead to the construction of major international pipeline projects to monetize gas supplies in Russia and the Middle East.

PESD has partnered with leading regional research centers in both China and India to construct detailed assessments of the key drivers for future gas demand in both countries. Papers are available on requests and presentations for download below.

Bechtel Conference Center
Encina Hall
616 Serra Street
Stanford University
Stanford, CA 94305
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FSI Contact
BinBin Jiang, Michael Jackson