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Low-carbon management


  • Wenrui Hu
  • An Wang
  • Yiming Wei


Wenrui HU, a famous expert in the exploration and development of oil and gas and engineering management, is an Academician at the Chinese Academy of Engineering (CAE). He has served as director of the Changqing Petroleum Exploration Bureau, vice president of PetroChina, and president of China Petroleum Enterprise Association. He is currently a member of the Presidium of the CAE and director of the Department of Engineering Management at the CAE. He has long been engaged in the exploration, development, and engineering management of unconventional low-permeability fields of oil and gas. He was responsible for the completion of China’s first large-scale low-permeability oil field, the Ansai oil field. He also presided over the discovery of China’s largest gas field, the Sulige gas field, where the gas reserve exceeds 1000 billion m3. Mr. Wenrui HU won one first prize and one second prize of National Science and Technology Progress Award, respectively. He has also won four special accolades from the Award of the Scientific and Technological Progress at the provincial and ministerial levels. He has published seven monographs, including “A New Understanding of Petroleum.†An WANG, a famous expert in modern coal mining engineering, is an Academician at Chinese Academy of Engineering. Prior to China International Engineering Consulting Corporation, he was chief engineer of Wuda Mining Bureau, deputy general manager of Shenhua Group, general manager of China National Coal Group Corporation. He has engaged in technology research and project management of coal exploitation. During the construction of national key project “Shenfu Dongsheng Mining Area,†he put forward the idea of “Large-scale production, modernization of technology and equipment, informatization of management means, and team specialization†for the development of the large-scale modern mining area. He established mining technical system, safety management system and integrated environment management system as the core of modern mining production mode, and made significant contributions on the first hundred million tons of modern mining area. He won the first prize of National Science and Technology Progress Award. Yi-Ming WEI is a Distinguished University Professor and Dean of the School of Management and Economics, Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT). He is the Founding Director of the Center for Energy and Environmental Policy Research at BIT. Prof. Yi-Ming WEI has more than 25 years of experience in Climate Change Economics and Policy, including academia, research, and consulting. He has made remarkable achievements in integrating climate economic theory and policy practice by improving the integrated assessment methods, building the China’s Climate Change Integrated Assessment Model (C3IAM), developing new emission accounting methods, establishing a low-carbon development assessment system, researching systematically on the global climate change policy, and promoting climate change economics development in China. He has performed over 50 research projects for various China governmental agencies including NDRC, MOST, NEA, NSFC, CNPC, SGCC and CAS, and such international organizations as the World Bank, EU-FP7. He has published 20 books and over 300 papers in peer reviewed journals including Nature-Climate Change, Nature-Energy, Climatic Change, Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, Global Environmental Change, etc., with 17563 citations and a high H-index of 62 (Google Scholar). In his publications, 21 papers are listed in the ESI highly cited papers. He has been awarded as “Global Highly Cited Scientist†by Clarivate Analytics, and invited as a “Coordinating Lead Author†in IPCC Sixth Annual Report Workgroup III Chapter 6. He also served as the editorial member of several journals.

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  • Wenrui Hu & An Wang & Yiming Wei (ed.), 2019. "Low-carbon management," CEEP-BIT Books, Center for Energy and Environmental Policy Research (CEEP), Beijing Institute of Technology, number b16, March.
  • Handle: RePEc:biw:bookli:b16

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    JEL classification:

    • Q40 - Agricultural and Natural Resource Economics; Environmental and Ecological Economics - - Energy - - - General
    • Q54 - Agricultural and Natural Resource Economics; Environmental and Ecological Economics - - Environmental Economics - - - Climate; Natural Disasters and their Management; Global Warming


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