The 7th International Exhibition technology and equipment of Natural gas (CING2017) and the 17th International exhibition of equipment and pipeline storage and transportation of oil and gas (CIPE2017, the largest exhibition of natural gas pipelines in Asia) will be held simultaneously with the 17th International exhibition of petroleum and Petrochemical equipment industry Development (cippe2017) in the new International Exhibition Center of China in Beijing, 20 to 22 March 2017. With an area of 100000 m2 and 18 international pavilions, the events will bring together 2000 exhibitors, including 46 companies of the Fortune 500 category of 65 countries and regions, and attract 80000 visitors.
Exhibitors from previous events include major Chinese companies such as CNPC, Sinopec, CNOOC, Jereh cutting re-injection and foreign companies like Gazprom, ExxonMobil, Schlumberger and Cater Pillar. Several international players, Total, Shell, BP and Qatar Petroleum, are also frequent visitors of the event.
In recent years, the determination of the Governments of the world to reduce the index PM 2.5 forced many industries to abandon coal as one of the main sources of energy. In addition, validation of the Paris agreement, on 4 November this year, will surely accelerate the global shift to clean energy, where the gas has a dominant role.
Zhao Yujian, head of the China Pipeline, commented: "the construction of storage facilities and transmission in regions rich in oil and gas, as the Middle East, Central Asia and Russia, are in steady growth. Meanwhile, China is moving forward with its initiative ' One Belt and One Road ', as well as several other projects, such as the Asian Bank for investments in infrastructure, the bottom of the Silk Road and the China-Africa Development Fund. With China speeding up its pace toward a moderately prosperous society, the demand for oil and gas, especially natural gas and LNG, will follow strong, generating an enormous development potential for oil and gas pipelines and storage equipment.
Gas consumption in China will reach 360-400 billion cubic meters until 2020 and will increase to 500 billion cubic metres until 2030. Experts estimate that by the end of the 13th five-year plan (2016-2020) the Chinese oil and gas pipelines, long-distance will exceed 160,000 kilometers.
Currently, many cross-border channels projects are under construction. The pipeline of 4000 kilometers of the route East of China-Russia, from Eastern Siberia and passing through Chinese provinces, is planned for 2018. The pipeline China-Kyrgyzstan, planned to have 215 km, is being built as part of the network of gas pipelines of the China-Central Asia.
Given this scenario, CING and CIPE laugh at cippe-the largest exhibition of oil in the world – to provide a comprehensive platform for exhibitors and professional buyers of companies, Governments, research institutes and industrial associations for business cooperation and exchange of gas technologies.
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