China's International Petroleum Policy
This exhaustive treatment of China's international petroleum policy examines the cogovernance of China's petroleum sector by its government and national oil companies, as they work at loggerheads with each other to shape such key policies as overseas investment, domestic price caps, and import controls in the face their country's exploding demand for foreign oil. Imported oil already accounts half of China's total consumption and is forecast to increase to 80 percent by 2030.
China's International Petroleum Policy focuses on six major issues: the evolution of China's petroleum governance regime, the making of China's international petroleum policy, the international expansion of China's national oil companies, the challenges confronting Chinese oil companies on the international petroleum chessboard, Beijing's petroleum diplomacy, and the implications of China's international petroleum policy. Each chapter describes the historical and institutional context of a particular issue, the key players, and the structures and processes through which policy is developed and implemented.
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2 Making International Petroleum Policy under CoGovernance
3 Chinese National Oil Companies Go Global
4 Chinese National Oil Companies Challenged
5 Chinas Petroleum Diplomacy
6 Implications of Chinas International Petroleum Policy
12 Chinese Bureaucracies Germane to Petroleum Policy
16 State Development Bank Loans to the Chinese Petrochemical Sector
31 Foreign Upstream Investment by Chinese Oil Companies 19922007
32 Investment in Foreign EP by Other Chinese Companies
33 Chinese Oil Companies Upstream Investment by Year
34 CNPCs Overseas Geophysical Operations in 2003 by Country
35 CNPCs Overseas Drilling and Workover Operations in by Country