China’s coal heartland to put emissions caps on industry as part of battle against pollution

The major coal producing province of Shanxi in northern China will impose special emissions restrictions on big industrial sectors by October as part of its bid to curb smog, a local environmental official said.

China unveils new climate goals for 2020

Guidelines published by the leading party in China during the weekend outline efforts to cut emissions by at least 15 percent by the end of the decade.

China: Three-year action plan aims for blue skies

Within three years, air pollution in China’s key urban areas will be significantly reduced, resulting in more blue-sky days, by shrinking outdated production capacity and the use of substandard coal, as part of efforts to change energy consumption and the industrial structure.

Natural Gas Adoption And Mitigating China’s Coal Use

Due to its coal-dominated energy structure, China’s rapid economic growth over the past two decades has resulted in severe air pollution and substantial increases in CO2 emissions.

Across China: Green oilfields prevailing in Xinjiang

After a day's work, the uniform of Li Sijiu, an worker at Zhundong oil production plant in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, was still clean.

Ukraine sees potential in green energy cooperation with China

China and Ukraine share great potential for cooperation in green energy, a senior Ukrainian energy sector official said Wednesday.

Global Market 2018-05-31

China to take action against 'uncontrolled' hydro on Yangtze

China’s has urged local governments along the Yangtze river to survey the environmental damage done by the “uncontrolled” development of small-scale hydropower, warning that some plants could be closed, according to a government notice on Wednesday.

China’s carbon emissions set for fastest growth in 7 years

China’s carbon emissions are on track to rise at their fastest pace in more than seven years during 2018, casting further doubt on the ability of the Paris climate change agreement to curb dangerous greenhouse gas increases, according to a Greenpeace analysis based on Beijing’s own data.

China's potential ban on trucking coal, ore, steel may dampen imports

A potential ban on trucking coal, ore and steel in several regions in China could dampen demand for seaborne raw material imports, market sources said Monday.

China, Iran, Panama sign probe report on sunken oil tanker Sanchi

China, Iran and Panama have signed an investigation report on the sinking of the Iranian oil tanker Sanchi, according to the Ministry of Transport.

China Aims For 1 Million EV Sales In 2018

Supported by a hard push by the Chinese government to drive up electric car sales, annual EV sales are on track to hit a one-million-unit milestone this year, as demand continues to rise significantly.

China must keep momentum in energy revolution

In April 2018, the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC) and the State Council declared that a free trade zone would be established in Hainan by 2020, with a free trade port to follow by 2025.

Opinion 2018-05-08

Chinese chemical producers curb output on new round of inspections

At least five publicly listed chemical producers has been ordered to reduce output for violating environmental protection regulations, company fillings made this month to the Shanghai Stock Exchange and the Shenzhen Stock Exchange showed, as Beijing steps up its fight against pollution.

The Next Big Threat For Chinese Oil Demand

A Bloomberg article about electric buses in China is getting a good amount of mileage (sorry), and rightly so, given its detrimental impact on product demand (hark, ~70kbd this year). While China increases its focus on electric vehicles and takes aim at fuel emissions, it is also becoming a bigger p

China’s gas producers ready to boost supply for Beijing’s war on air pollution

China’s natural gas producers are pulling out all stops to boost production, to addresses acute winter shortages. But the nation’s aspiration to substantially boost its appropriate storage capacity will take many years accomplish, according to industry executives.

China’s Pollution Nightmare Creates Opportunities For LNG Exporters

While this is not necessarily news that the Chinese populace wants to hear, a new report released Thursday by the country’s environmental ministry said that the number of pollution sources in China has increased by more than half in eight years.

China LNG 2018-04-02

Factbox: China's 2018 targets for energy sectors

China's parliament ended the first session of the 13th National People's Congress on Tuesday, approving the 2018 economic and social development plan, including those tied to the energy sectors.

Blue skies above China need space below ground to store natural gas

While China seeks more natural gas to meet booming demand from President Xi Jinping’s clean-air drive, one part of the fuel’s supply chain isn’t growing fast enough to avoid a repeat of this winter’s supply crunch.

China Gas Storage 2018-03-21

China's shift to clean heat will continue

China will unswervingly promote the shift from coal to clean energy, including natural gas, as heating sources while rural areas of Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region consider the environmental and social benefits of such a shift

China Policy 2018-03-20

China is rapidly developing its clean-energy technology

WHEN IT COMES to energy, no country generates such bittersweet superlatives as China. It is the world’s largest consumer of coal and the second-largest of oil, after America. It has the largest power-generation capacity, by a wide margin.

Wind Power Solar 2018-03-16
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