Supported by the National Energy Administration, the Unconventional Gas Asia Summit will be held from 29th November to 1st December in Beijing, China.

In conjunction with World Clean Coal Week China Focus 2010 (WCCW 2010), the Unconventional Gas Asia Summit (UGAS2010) has a 25-strong speaker line-up of Asia’s unconventional gas leaders to offer valuable insights and market intelligence.

Attendees will have the opportunity to rub shoulders with some of the most prominent resource holders and project developers – representing billions of dollars of projects that are on the hunt for potential unconventional gas technologies.

Guests attending UGAS 2010 will be able to hear about:
** Current developments, partnerships and the commercialisation of unconventional gas in China

**Addressing CBM operator requirements for drilling and equipment needed for the development of CBM
**Best practice CBM business models for expansion in Asia
**Roles in positioning China as a world leader in coal gas production
**A closer look at Indonesian CBM project developments
**Assessments of factors that impact unconventional gas production

UGAS2010 will bring together over 200 industry leaders and experts from more than 25 countries and is expected to be inaugurated by Wu Yin, Vice Chair of the National Energy Administration.

Further information can be found at the event website: http// or by contacting Miss June Chiang at