2014 14th International Symposium on CBM/CMM and Shale Gas in China
2014-04-28 09:53
 December 16-172014    Landmark Hotel, Beijing China
 
 
Sponsors:
  ■    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
  ■    tate Administration of Coal Mine Safety, P.R. China
Organizer:
China Coal Information Institute

The 14thnternational Symposium on CBM/CMM and Shale Gas in China will be held in the Beijing on December 16-17, 2014. The 2-day Symposium is co-sponsored by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and State Administration of Coal Mine Safety, China, and organized by China Coal Information Institute.
 
Background
 
On Sept 22nd, 2013, the General Office of the State Council, China issued the Opinions on Further Accelerating CBM/CMM Extraction and Exploitation, requesting to raise the subsidies rate for CBM/CMM, to intensify tax support, to update policies on the pricing and on-grid power generation of CMM, and to straighten up the overlapping coal and gas rights. In 2013, the total drainage volume of CBM/CMM in China reached 12.6 billion m3, but the gas drainage for quite a lot of outburst gassy coal mines has not yet started as stipulated.
 
Breakthroughs have already been made in China's CBM E&D in terms of high-rank CBM. An industrial base combining exploration, development, production, transmission, sales and utilization of CBM is also taking shape in the south part of the Qinshui Basin. In 2013, CBM production in China reached 2.98 billion m3. Accompanying production increases, however, are challenges, including unsettled overlapping conflict of coal and gas, underspeed of pipeline construction for increases in CBM well quantity and proven reserves, far outdated exploration and mining technology, especially surface drilling technology, relative to overseas counterparts, high-cost-low-efficiency phenomenon for CBM development, and the lack of drives for downstream utilization. These challenges play a restraining role in China’s effort toward CBM industrialization.
 
The 14thnternational Symposium on CBM/CMM and Shale Gas in China, as an international communication platform in CBM sector in China, expects to push forward the development of CBM industry. An unconventional natural gas - shale gas, as a new topic of interest, is also included in this Symposium, where industry researchers, government advisers and technical supporters will be invited to discuss policies relating to the shale gas industry, current development of the industry, E&D technology and commercialization strategies. This Symposium aims to build up a bridge for sharing shale gas development expertise and experiences, learn lessons and enhance cooperation within the industry.
 
Topics
■    portunities and challenges for CBM industrialization in China
■    pproaches to CBM exploration and development projects
■    Key technologies of CBM exploration and development
■    Bottlenecks in CBM development and utilization
■    CBM/CMM recovery and utilization technologies
■    VAM utilization technologies
■    Policy Introduction for shale gas industry
■    Status quo of shale gas development
■     Shale gas exploration technology
 
Participants
Participants be invited to this Symposium will included leaders and officials of government agencies, heads of provincial supervision departments of coal mine safety, experts on CBM/CMM and shale gas development and utilization, engineers from the ventilation and gas control departments of coal companies, manufacturer of CBM/CMM development and utilization equipment.
 
Call for Papers
Delegates are welcome to submit papers or give a presentation at the Symposium. All papers should be submitted to the organizing committee via email (cbmc@coalinfo.net.cn) by October 8, 2014. Papers submitted within the deadline will have the opportunity to be included in the proceedings and priority to present at the symposium.
 
 
Registration
The fee for each delegate, including accepted authors, will be US$600 inclusive of registration fee, materials, working lunch, receptions, etc. Expenditure for accommodation will be borne by the delegates. Delegates to the symposium should complete the attached Registration Form and send it to the Organizing Committee via email (cbmc@colainfo.net.cn) or fax (0086-10-8465 7806) by October 8, 2014.
 
Contact Information
Contactor: Yu Lei, Han Jiaye, Liu Xin, Sang Fengyun, Huang Lan
                     China Coal Information Institute
Address: 35 Shaoyaoju, Chaoyang District,
                  Beijing 100029, P.R.China
Tel:           0086-10-84657948
Fax:          0086-10-84657806
Ema         cbmc@coalinfo.net.cn
 
Registration Form
2014 14th International Symposium on CBM/CMM and Shale Gas in China

December 16-172014    Landmark Hotel, Beijing China

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*This information is necessary to secure a letter of invitation and a visa. Please send the Registration via Email(cbmc@coalinfo.net.cn) or Fax ( 0086-10-8465 7806) by October 8, 2014.
 
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