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CING 2017 and CIPE 2017 to ally cippe 2017

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The 7th China International Natural Gas Technology and Equipment Exhibition (CING) and the 17th China International Exhibition on Equipment of Pipeline, and Oil & Gas Storage and Transportation (CIPE) will be held concurrently with the 17th China International Petroleum & Petrochemical Technology and Equipment Exhibition (cippe2017) at the New China International Exhibition Center in Beijing on 20 - 22 March 2017.

The events are expected to gather 2000 exhibitors, including 46 Fortune 500 companies, from 65 countries and regions. They are also expected 80 000 visitors.

Exhibitors at previous events include large Chinese companies such as CNPC, Sinopec, CNOOC, Jereh and other international companies such as Gazprom, ExxonMobil and Schlumberger. Total, Shell, BP and Qatar Petroleum are frequent visitors to the event.

CING and CIPE will ally cippe to provide a comprehensive platform for exhibitors and professional buyers from enterprises, government, research institutes and industry associations for business cooperation and gas technology exchange.

Zhao Yujian, Head of China Petroleum Pipeline Bureau, commented: “The construction of storage and transmission facilities in oil and gas rich regions, such as the Middle East, Central Asia and Russia is under stable growth. Meanwhile, China is advancing its ‘One Belt and One Road’ initiative as well as other projects, such as the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, the Silk Road Fund and the China-Africa Development Fund.”

He added: “With China speeding up its pace for a moderately prosperous society, the demand for oil and gas will remain strong, generating enormous development potential for oil and gas pipeline and storage equipment.”

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