According to news, the General Office of the State Council recently issued the "Notice on Printing and Distributing Strategic Action Plans for Energy Development (2014-2020)." The action plan proposes that by 2020, a relatively complete energy security guarantee system will be basically formed. The total domestic primary energy production reached 4.2 billion tons of standard coal, the energy self-sufficiency capacity was maintained at about 85%, the oil storage-production ratio was increased to 14-15, and the energy reserve emergency system was basically completed.
Energy is the foundation and power of modernization. Energy supply and security are related to the overall situation of China's modernization. Since the beginning of the new century, China has made remarkable achievements in energy development, steadily increasing its supply capacity, continuously optimizing its energy structure, achieving results in energy conservation and emission reduction, taking new steps in scientific and technological progress, making new breakthroughs in international cooperation, and building the world's largest energy supply system to effectively guarantee The sustainable development of economy and society.
At present, the world's political and economic structure has undergone profound adjustments, and the relationship between energy supply and demand has undergone profound changes. China's energy resources are increasingly constrained, ecological and environmental problems are prominent, and the pressure to adjust the structure, improve energy efficiency and ensure energy security is increasing. Energy development is facing a series of new problems and challenges. At the same time, China has great potential for the development of renewable energy, unconventional oil and gas, and deep-sea oil and gas resources. New breakthroughs have been made in energy technology innovation. International energy cooperation has continued to deepen, and energy development faces rare opportunities.
In accordance with the principle of combining land and sea areas with equal emphasis on conventional and unconventional, accelerate the increase of conventional natural gas reserves and production, break through the bottleneck of unconventional natural gas development as soon as possible, and promote the rapid growth of natural gas reserves and production.
Accelerate conventional natural gas exploration and development. Focusing on the Sichuan Basin, Ordos Basin, Tarim Basin, and the South China Sea, we will strengthen scientific and technological research in the three areas of low-grade western, deep eastern, and deep-water in the sea. A large-scale natural gas production base of 10 billion cubic meters or more. By 2020, the cumulative proven natural gas reserves of newly added natural gas will be 5.5 trillion cubic meters, with an annual output of 185 billion cubic meters of conventional natural gas.
Focus on breakthroughs in shale gas and coalbed methane development. Strengthen the geological survey and research of shale gas, accelerate the research and development and application of "factory-based" and "set-of-package" technologies, explore the formation of advanced and applicable shale gas exploration and development technology models and business models, and cultivate independent innovation and equipment manufacturing capabilities. Efforts will be made to increase the reserves and production scale of national demonstration areas such as Changning-Weiyuan in Sichuan, Fuling in Chongqing, Zhaotong in Yunnan, and Yan'an in Shaanxi. At the same time, we will strive for breakthroughs in areas such as Hunan, Hubei, Yunnan, Guizhou and Jiangsu and Anhui. By 2020, shale gas production will strive to exceed 30 billion cubic meters. Focusing on the eastern edge of the Qinshui Basin and the Ordos Basin, we will increase support and accelerate the pace of coalbed gas exploration and exploitation. By 2020, CBM production will strive to reach 30 billion cubic meters.
It is reported that in order to support the domestic energy development action plan during the 13th Five-Year Plan period, by 2015, the length of operating pipelines will be increased to nearly 20,000 kilometers and 6,200 kilometers of additional pipelines will be added. During the "13th Five-Year Plan" period, the pipeline company will add another 7,000 kilometers of pipelines.