China's Oil Industry and MarketBy
- H.H. Wang
For governments; oil producing, refining and trading firms and associated service companies; shipping companies; and banks.
Hardbound, 427 Pages
Published: August 1999
This text is both an authoritative and comprehensive work of reference on past developments and also a well-judged assessment of the present political, economic and fiscal climate concerning China's oil policy today.It is the best assessment I have seen .........
P.Tempest, Director General, World Petroleum Council
This authoritative book presents an overall picture of current Chinese politics, energy policy, oil industry regulation, price regulation, important licenses and quotas, the production distribution system, infrastructure and the impact of economic reform on the oil business.
The author stresses the fact that the outcome is hard to define, yet the time required to tackle the nation's energy needs is not limitless.
Haijiang Henry Wang, Asian Energy News