Energy & Resources
China will drive growth of natural gas usage as it seeks cleaner power: IEA2018-11-14
China will drive a spectacular growth in the use of natural gas as it seeks cleaner energy sources in the future, according to the director of the International Energy Agency (IEA).
CNOOC pledges 20% rise in winter gas supply2018-11-14
CNOOC said that the company will supply 24.6 billion cubic meters of natural gas during the heating season that kicks off this week.
World's largest wollastonite ore mine discovered in China's Jiangxi2018-11-07
A wollastonite ore deposit estimated to have nearly 70 million tonnes of reserves has been discovered in east China's Jiangxi Province, according to the provincial natural resources department.
China's gold consumption continues to grow2018-11-07
China's gold consumption continued to grow in the first three quarters of this year due to strong domestic demand.
China cuts retail fuel prices2018-11-03
China will cut the retail prices of gasoline and diesel starting Saturday, the largest drop since December 2014, the country's top economic planner said Friday.
China starts exporting petroleum to Laos2018-11-01
With over 64 ton diesel, handed over from PetroChina to a Lao company at Laos-China border, the first export of Chinese refined oil to Lao market was made.
Coal consumption posts strong growth on back of power generation demand2018-10-31
China's energy consumption experienced continuous rebound during the first three quarters in 2018, National Energy Administration announced on Tuesday, releasing major statistics on coal, oil, natural gas and electricity consumption.
Guinea bauxite project breaks ground2018-10-31
Aluminum Corporation of China Limited (Chalco) said on its official website that its bauxite project broke ground in Boffa, Guinea, on Oct 28.
China not trying to control global rare earth market: industry official2018-10-30
An industry official on Monday denied media reports suggesting that China is reducing its quota for rare earth exports for the second half of the year in a bid to control the market.
China's power generation up 7.4 pct in Jan-Sept2018-10-25
China's power generation rose 7.4 percent in the first nine months of 2018, with electricity from nuclear and wind power facilities expanding at a fast pace in September. The growth in the first three quarters was 0.3 percentage points lower than the first eight months, the National Development and Reform Commission said Wednesday. In September, electricity from hydropower plants rose 4.1 percent. Nuclear and wind power production surged 12.8 percent and 13.5 percent, respectively.
Nuclear power points way to green future2018-10-25
China accounts for more than half the new nuclear power investment globally and is expected by 2030 to pass the United States, which has led the world in nuclear power generation for half a century.
Gas to stay on tap all through winter2018-10-25
Natural gas demand for residential use will be guaranteed during the upcoming winter heating season despite the tight gas supply, according to the nation's top economic regulator.
未命名_副本.jpg Xinjiang sees growth in renewable energy production2018-10-23
A bullet train runs past a wind power plant in Urumqi, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, Nov. 16, 2014. Xinjiang has seen a surge in the electricity generation from clean energy. According to State Grid Xinjiang Electric Power Co., Ltd., wind and solar power generated 27.81 billion and 9.07 billion kilowatt hours (kwh) of electricity, respectively, in the first nine months of 2018 in the region. With abundant wind and solar resources, Xinjiang is a pioneer in using new energy in China, with installed new-energy capacity having exceeded 27 million kilowatts so far.
China natural gas imports up 28.3 pct in September2018-10-22
China's imports of natural gas continued fast growth in September while domestic production increased steadily, official data shows.
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