Dr. Feng Lianyong, a professor of the School of Business Administration at the University of Petroleum, Beijing, was born in 1966.
In 1988, he graduated and obtained his Bachelor’s degree from University of Petroleum (East China) with Management Engineering as his major. He continued his study there and got his Master’s degree three years later. Then he has been teaching in this university for six years since April 1991.
In March 1996, Dr. Feng furthered his study in the Moscow Petroleum University, Russia and obtained his Doctor’s degree on 10, October 1997. From August 1997 to July 1999, Dr. Feng served in Kazakhstan for the crude oil transportation and distribution. From July 1999 to October 2000, he worked for the crude oil importation from Russia. From October 2000 to September 2003, he worked as deputy director of the Strategy Research Office of Development Research Center of the China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC).
In September 2003, Dr. Feng returned to the University of Petroleum, Beijing and started his teaching and research career. He teaches the courses “International Petroleum Economics,” “Energy Economics” and “Peak oil.” Dr. Feng has published more than forty articles and monographs and undertaken and completed over ten research projects related to the subjects of the international petroleum economics, cooperation, and energy economics.
- China’s oil reserve forecast and analysis based on peak oil models, Energy Policy 2008, 36(11): 4149-4153
- Is peakoilism coming? Energy Policy 2009, 37(6): 2136-2138
- The evolution and present status of the study on peak oil in China, Petroleum Science 2009, 6(2): 217-224