Sinopec vows cleaner energy mix with geothermal push

China Petrochemical Corporation (Sinopec), the country's biggest geothermal developer, vows to further develop geothermal energy nationwide and increase share of clean energy production, the China Daily reported Wednesday.The company has replaced coal with geothermal energy in 10 cities nationwide so far, said Ma Yongsheng, president of Sinopec, during the 2018 China Geothermal Energy International Forum in Shanghai on Tuesday.Sinopec, the world's largest refiner by volume, aims to replace coal with geothermal energy in 20 cities nationwide and boost its geothermal heating capacity to 120 mill

Sinopec 2018-11-28

China's dry hot rock development lead to global sensory reserves available millennium can solve the problem of haze

recently, scientists in the qinghai republic of the basin, the first drilling of 236 degrees celsius high temperature dry hot rock.

CNPC, Guangdong Sign Strategic Deal On S. China Sea Methane Hydrate

The government said it would "actively develop" methane hydrate over the 2016-2020 period, although industry experts have said there is no technology yet to commercially unlock the potential energy source. ​

China's Landmark Extraction of Hot Dry Rock Could Accelerate Its Geothermal Energy Development

HDR, buried 3,000 to 10,000 meters underground, is a dense, impermeable, high temperature rock without water or steam. Through new geothermal energy, which operates at temperatures above 150 degrees Celsius, it can be widely used in power generation, heating and oil exploitation.

Scientists collect HDR under Earth’s surface

Zhang said that compared with the traditional hydrothermal and geothermal, the HDR is solid with higher temperature and rich energy content. "Moreover, the exploitation of HDR would not cause environmental hazards and will be hardly impacted by environmental factors."

China Exploration 2017-09-07

China is world’s largest renewable energy producer, consumer

China has become the world’s largest producer and consumer of renewable energy, with its carbon dioxide emissions reduced for two consecutive years, according to Spencer Dale, chief economist of the world oil and gas giant, BP, Thepaper.cn reported on July 12.

COLUMN - Is coal too relaxed as renewables gear up for Asia fight?

​When it comes to electrifying Asia, the conventional wisdom has been that cheap beats green, meaning coal will continue to dominate the region's new power generation as renewables such as solar and wind can't compete.

Opinion 2017-06-14
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