China Gas Industry Report, 2004-2005
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The report sums up the development of the global and China's gas industries in 2004. Through accurate data and full elaboration, it describes the structure of China's gas industry and competition situation in the industry from various angles. Meanwhile, it presents assessment of major enterprises' business strategy and competitiveness.

The report especially points out the following: China's gas industry holds huge market demand and bright prospects. The gas market is entering a rapid expansion period. With the exploitation and utilization of natural gas resources, the development of the urban gas industry has got into a new era. The inconvenience and environmental pollution caused by the use of coal have partially been resolved. Progress has been made in gas production, distribution and application technology. With the entry of foreign enterprises and private enterprises, monopoly will give way to fierce market competition. Although it is neglected for the time being due to monopoly, brand competition will intensify in the future. Among market segments, coal gas will fade out of the urban gas industry, while LPG still has some room to grow. In particular, in areas where natural gas cannot be distributed, LPG will become the main development direction of the urban gas industry. In the next few years, the urban gas industry will keep improving, gradually reaching the level of developed countries.

The report looks into problems that existed in the development of China's gas industry in the past and major factors affecting its development in the future. On such basis, it presents qualitative and quantitative forecast of the industry. Finally, it provides development strategy and recommendations for the government, enterprises and investors respectively.

1.Overview of the Global Gas Industry in 2004 
1.1 Development Status
1.1.1 Industry Environment 
1.1.2 Market Situation
1.1.3 Competition Situation
1.2 Basic Characteristics
1.2.1 Industry Environment Characteristics
1.2.2 Characteristics of Market Distribution
1.2.3 Characteristics of Market Competition
1.3 Overview of Development in Major Countries and Regions
1.4 Overview of Major International Enterprises

2.Overview of China's Gas Industry in 2004
2.1 Development Background
2.2 Development Environment
2.2.1 Policy Environment
2.2.2 Investment Environment
2.2.3 Economic Environment
2.3 Present Situation and Characteristics
2.4 Analysis of Industry Segments 
2.4.1 Coal Gas Industry
2.4.2 LPG Industry
2.4.3 Natural Gas Industry

3.Competition Situation and Competition Behavior in China's Gas Industry in 2004
3.1 Competition Situation
3.2 Analysis of Industry Segments 
3.2.1 Coal Gas Industry
3.2.2 LPG Industry
3.2.3 Natural Gas Industry

4.Assessment of the Competitiveness of Major Enterprises in China's Gas Industry in 2004
4.1 Changchun Gas Co., Ltd.
4.2 Hainan Minsheng Gas Corporation
4.3 XinAo Gas Holdings Limited

5.Analysis of Impetuses for China's Gas Industry from 2005 to 2009
5.1 Technology
5.2 Capital
5.3 Policy
5.4 Society

6.Development Trend of China's Gas Industry from 2005 to 2009 
6.1 Energy structure keeps optimizing
6.2 Natural gas is the focus of the development of urban gas industry

7.Forecast of China's Gas Industry from 2005 to 2009
7.1 Forecast of Industry Size
7.2 Forecast of Growth

8.Analysis of Investment Opportunities in China's Gas Industry from 2005 to 2009 
8.1 Upstream: Gas Production
8.2 Midstream: Pipeline and Transport
8.3 Downstream: Gas Distribution

9.1 Recommendations for the Government
9.2 Recommendations for Enterprises
9.3 Recommendations for Investors

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