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Informing Choices for Meeting China's Energy Challenges

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Informing Choices for Meeting China's Energy Challenges
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Informing Choices for Meeting China's Energy Challenges
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Informing Choices for Meeting China's Energy Challenges
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  • Foreword -- Preface 1 -- Preface 2 -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- 1 Introduction -- 2 China's Energy System -- 2.1 Energy Allocation Sankey Diagrams -- 2.1.1 Total Energy Flows -- 2.1.2 Coal, Oil, and Natural Gas Flows -- 2.2 The Key Influencing Factors on China's Energy System -- 2.2.1 Economic Growth and Energy Demand -- 2.2.2 China's Energy Resources and Supply Structure -- 2.2.3 China's Environmental Challenges -- 2.2.4 China's Approach to Strategic Planning of Energy -- 2.3 China's Regional Differences -- References -- 3 Long-Term Forecasting of Macro-Energy Scenarios of China -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Methodology Descriptions -- 3.2.1 IEA's World Energy Outlook 2010 -- 3.2.2 EIA's International Energy Outlook 2010 -- 3.2.3 BP's Energy Outlook 2030 -- 3.2.4 CAE's Mid-Term and Long-Term Energy Development Strategy of China (2030, 2050) -- 3.3 Policy Assumptions -- 3.4 Technical Accuracy -- 3.5 Criteria of Scenario Settings -- 3.6 Challenges of Projections and Our Motivations -- 4 China's Fossil Fuel Resources -- 4.1 Overview -- 4.1.1 Coal -- 4.1.1.1 Coal Reserves -- 4.1.1.2 Coal Balance -- 4.1.2 Gas -- 4.1.2.1 Gas Reserves -- 4.1.2.2 Gas Balance -- 4.1.3 Oil -- 4.1.3.1 Oil Reserves -- 4.1.3.2 Oil Balance -- 4.1.4 Future Fossil Energy Development Trend -- 4.2 Unconventional Gas-Challenges for This Untapped Resource -- 4.2.1 Definition and Classification -- 4.2.2 Development Status -- 4.2.2.1 CBM -- 4.2.2.2 Shale Gas -- 4.2.3 Development Barriers -- 4.2.4 Recommendations -- 4.2.4.1 Natural Gas Industry -- 4.2.4.2 CBM Sector -- 4.2.4.3 Shale Gas Sector -- 4.3 Conclusions -- References -- 5 Overcapacity Challenges -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Concepts and Reasons for Overcapacity -- 5.3 Regional Analysis: Significant Disparities in Energy Consumption Patterns -- 5.4 Refining and Transport Fuel Sector-Meeting Cleaner Fuel Needs
  • 5.5 Regional Model for Technology Optimisation of Power Generation Sector -- 5.6 Conclusion -- References -- 6 Role of State-of-the-Art Technology -- 6.1 Current Status of Power Technologies -- 6.1.1 Pulverised Coal (PC) -- 6.1.1.1 Technical Performance -- 6.1.1.2 Economic Performance -- 6.1.1.3 Environmental Performance -- 6.1.2 Gas Power -- 6.1.2.1 Technical Performance -- 6.1.2.2 Economic Performance -- 6.1.2.3 Environmental Performance -- 6.1.3 Nuclear -- 6.1.3.1 Technical Performance -- 6.1.3.2 Economic Performance -- 6.1.4 Renewable Power -- 6.1.4.1 Technical Performance -- 6.1.4.2 Economic Performance -- 6.1.5 Remarks -- 6.2 Future Potential of Power Technologies -- 6.2.1 PC Trends -- 6.2.2 Gas Power Trends -- 6.2.3 Nuclear -- 6.2.4 Renewable Power -- 6.3 Conclusions -- References -- 7 Modelling China's Future Energy Infrastructure: An Introduction to the Modelling Methodology -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Methodology Description -- 7.2.1 Power Model Structure and Assumptions -- 7.2.2 Mathematical Equations -- 7.2.2.1 Objective Function -- 7.2.2.2 Capital Cost for Construction -- 7.2.2.3 Capital Cost for Retrofit -- 7.2.2.4 Operation and Maintenance Cost -- 7.2.2.5 Fuel Cost -- 7.2.2.6 CO2 Emission Cost (or Revenue) -- 7.2.2.7 Transmission Cost -- 7.2.3 Constraints and Conditions -- 7.2.3.1 Power Demand and Transmission -- 7.2.3.2 Installed Capacity -- 7.2.3.3 Fuel Supply -- 8 China's Future Power Infrastructure -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 Modelling Process for China's Power Infrastructure -- 8.2.1 Data -- 8.2.2 Model Solving -- 8.3 Results and Insights into the Development of China's Power Sector -- 8.3.1 Power Generation Costs and Mix Outlook -- 8.3.2 NGCC, NU, HD, WD, BM, and PV -- 8.3.3 PC, PCC, IGCC, and IGCCC -- 8.3.4 Sensitivity Analysis -- 8.3.4.1 Natural Gas Price -- 8.3.4.2 Carbon Price
  • 8.3.5 Regional Power Generation Mix and Inter-region Power Transmission -- 8.4 Modelling Temporal Variations of Power Demand and Generation -- 8.4.1 Introduction -- 8.4.2 Objective Equations and Constrains -- 8.4.2.1 Objective Functions -- 8.4.2.2 Physical Constrains -- 8.4.3 Data -- 8.4.3.1 Power Demand -- 8.4.3.2 Load Factors -- 8.4.4 Results and Discussions -- 8.4.4.1 Installed Capacity and Operating Hours for Technologies -- 8.4.4.2 Impact on Coal-Fired Plants: PC -- 8.4.4.3 Impact on the Deployment of NGCC Plants -- 8.4.5 Summary of Impacts of Temporal Demand on Power Sector Planning -- References -- 9 Impact of Water Availability on China's Energy Industry -- 9.1 Coal Industry and Water -- 9.2 Coal Conversion into Power -- 9.3 Coal Conversion into Chemicals -- 9.4 Scenario Analysis: Water Use in the Coal Supply Chain in 2020 and 2030 -- 9.5 Practical Pathways for Water Saving-Deep-Dive Research Priorities -- 9.6 Suggestions for Water Challenges in Coal Industry -- References -- 10 Future Low Carbon Options for Combustion Power Plants -- 10.1 The Energy Potential of Municipal Solid Waste -- 10.2 Current MSW Processing Technologies -- 10.3 Modelling of MSW Disposal Option -- 10.3.1 Model and Results -- 10.3.2 Sensitivity Analysis and Policy Uncertainties -- 10.3.3 MSW Disposal Subsidy -- 10.3.4 Methane Emission Tax -- 10.3.5 Kitchen Waste Classification -- 10.3.6 Challenges for Incineration -- 10.4 Conclusion for the Development of MSW Disposal Sector -- 10.5 Update on the Policy Status of CCS -- 10.5.1 Introduction -- 10.5.2 Why CCS Is Relevant -- 10.5.3 Policy Status -- 10.5.4 Carbon Trading Pilots -- 10.6 Technology and Demonstration Projects -- 10.6.1 Importance of CCS as a Technology for China -- 10.6.2 Technology Status in China -- 10.7 Conclusion and Suggestion -- 10.7.1 Future Hurdles -- 10.7.2 Future Opportunities
  • 10.7.3 Conclusion for the Role of CCS -- References -- 11 Conclusions -- Glossary
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