Coaltrans China connects global coal community
(Posted on 24/04/18)
The 16th Coaltrans China took place in Beijing on 10th- 11th April.
The event brought together over 350 delegates from over 200 companies to network and discuss key industry issues.
Main topics included: Outlook for China’s Coal Market Development; pricing analysis and forecast; the significance of mergers between energy companies; world coal market analysis and its outlook
Keynote speakers included:
• Rodrigo Echeverri, Head of Hard Commodities Analysis, Noble
• Ling Wen, Vice President, China Energy
• Kevin Tu, China Program Manager, International Energy Agency
Coaltrans has been connecting the global coal community for nearly four decades, attracting expert speakers and a network of like-minded people from around the world every year. In 2018, as well as Chine, events are taking place in, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Spain, Singapore, UK, USA, and Vietnam. To read more about the event visit www.coaltrans.com/china.
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