China Gas Association
China Gas Association was established in May 1988 and has eight separate committees: secretariat, science and technology committee, enterprise management committee, product management committee, training committee, information committee, gas appliance committee and cylinder committee. The association has about 1800 gas enterprises and manufacturers as members. Since its establishment, China Gas Association has been committed to promote the development of China's gas industry. It has been entrusted by the Ministry of Construction to conduct qualification reviews for large gas enterprises, production license reviews for gas products and the organization of relevant seminars on regulations and standards.
Guangdong Oil & Gas Association
Representing oil and gas industry, Guangdong Oil & Gas Association (OGA) is the first independent organization cooperated in mainland China and has developed over 300 member companies throughout China since 1998. As an effective trade association, OGA commits itself to build up platforms for commercial exchanges of its members and to play a key role as a bridge between the industry and the government functional sectors and decision makers. OGA has been contributing great effort in energy intelligence service, tracking price and covering news and analysis of the latest development of regional and global markets for LPG, LNG and other petroleum products. Connecting members from the whole industry chain, OGA is also specialized in organizing conferences covering the most important issues facing the oil and gas industry.
Malaysian Petrochemicals Association
Malaysian Petrochemicals Association (MPA) is a formal association registered with the Registrar of Societies in Malaysia. At present, members of MPA include companies engaging in the manufacture and trading of petrochemicals and plastic resins, as well as companies that provide services required by the petrochemical industry. MPA was officially formed on March 19, 1997 to provide a forum to discuss and resolve common problems of the petrochemical industry, a focal point for the petrochemical industry to liaise with the public and government and to make recommendations on relevant issues, advance the philosophy of Responsible Care, its implementation and compliance throughout the industry,represent the petrochemical industry within Malaysia to interface with similar groups on international basis and compile and disseminate information of common concerns and provide facilities for consultation and exchange of views between members.
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