The Rise of China and Its Energy Implications
The Rise of China and Its Energy Implications is a major research initiative to investigate the implications of China’s oil and natural gas policies and domestic energy market development on global energy markets. This study focuses on the influence of China’s energy development on U.S. energy security and global geopolitics. Utilizing geopolitical and economic modeling and scenario analysis, the study analyzes various possible outcomes for China’s domestic energy production and its future import levels. The study considers how trends in China’s energy use will influence U.S.-China relations and the level of involvement of the U.S. oil industry in China’s domestic energy sector.
Executive Summary and Working Papers
Quantitative Analysis of Scenarios for Chinese Domestic Unconventional Natural Gas Resources and Their Role in Global LNG Markets
Kenneth B. Medlock III and Peter R. Hartley
China’s Oil Sector: Trends and Uncertainties
U.S.-China Relations and Energy Cooperation
Joe Barnes, James D. Coan, and Jareer Elass
Vehicle Stocks in China: Consequences for Oil Demand
Kenneth B. Medlock III, Ronald Soligo, and James D. Coan
The Future of Urban Sprawl in China and Its Impact on Transportation Oil Use - Coming soon!
James D. Coan
Is Chinese Foreign Policy Targeting Sub-Saharan Africa?
Richard J. Stoll
Chinese Growth Prospects in the Short to Medium Term
Mahmoud A. El-Gamal
China’s Relations with OPEC: Challenges for U.S.-Sino Relations
Jareer Elass and Amy Myers Jaffe