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China Boosts Coal To Gas Switching, But Fight On Pollution Gets Tougher

In its fight against coal emissions pollution, China significantly stepped up its coal-to-natural gas and coal-to-electricity switch to 35 cities last year from 12 cities in 2017, but the next steps to curb stifling pollution levels in cities would be much harder, according to Chinese Environment Minister Li Ganjie.A total of 4.8 million Chinese households made the switch from coal to natural gas and electricity in 2018, up from 4 million households who had switched away from coal in 2017, Reuters quoted Li as saying at a press conference on Monday. “The things that could easily be done have a

China’s Oil and Gas Industry to Focus on Environment Impact

China’s oil and gas industry is set to reinforce efforts to reduce environmental impacts of its projects and operationsin 2019, said a research.According to a new research from DNV GL, six in ten (61%) senior oil and gas professionals in China say their organizations are actively preparing for the transition to a lower carbon energy mix compared to 51% globally. Industry leaders’ focus on decarbonization aligns with the Chinese government’s new ‘Blue Sky’ plan to tackle air pollution by reducing emissions of sulphur and nitrogen oxides and other pollutants by at least 15% from 2015 levels by

China’s Gas Pivot Is Starting To Pay Off

Environmental authorities in China said on Friday that Beijing and its surrounding industrial province of Hebei cut smog emissions by at least 12 percent in 2018 after a long crackdown on polluters as well as campaigns to reduce household coal use. Beijing’s local government said that the city’s emissions of small, hazardous breathable particles known as PM2.5 fell 12 percent to 51 micrograms per cubic meter (mcg) over the whole of 2018. The government said that average emissions are still significantly higher than China’s official air quality standard of 35 micrograms. It added that 656 pollu

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.

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

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

Energy revolution calls for rethink by fossil-fuel import ports: expert

A logistics researcher in Zhoushan, East China’s Zhejiang Province has called for forward-looking thinking among planners for China’s crude import ports amid the nation’s energy revolution, and the inclusion of renewable energy sources such as wind and tidal power to deal with a future of new-energy

Haze returns to Beijing amid lower Central Asia gas supply

The shortfall, possibly due to suppliers cutting gas exports to China to rake in higher margins from European buyers, has forced more coal burning.

4 Million North China Homes Told to Kick Coal Habit as Nation Seeks Blue Skies

China’s Ministry of Environmental Protection said it plans to help another 4 million households in northern China switch from coal to gas or electricity this year to fight air pollution.But the program is facing resistance from regional governments that were hit hard by a natural gas crunch late las

China's provincial governments step up efforts in environmental protection

Despite seeing cleaner skies and less polluted rivers, policymakers across China are sparing no effort to maintain the momentum in improving the environment.

China achieves desired results in clean air action plan: official

A government action plan on air pollution has achieved better-than-expected results, an official said Wednesday, as authorities have taken serious efforts to address the issue.

China’s Coal-To-Gas Transition Sputters

China’s ambitious program to shift from coal to gas is showing more signs of stuttering as the province of Hebei this week stopped a program that envisaged the conversion of many coal-fired boilers to gas. The program has been shelved until 2020, when additional gas import capacity from Russia will

New Edition of SZ China Natural Gas Monthly Report 2018 Released

According to SZ Energy's market data, gas consumption of China reached 235.2bcm in 2017, up by 17% YOY. China’s souring gas demand in the past year was driven by warm economy, supporting policy of environment protection......Free trial:http://en.energychinaforum.com/report/detail/16.html .

China Yuchai launches 14 new diesel and natural gas engines to meet upcoming National VI emission standards

China Yuchai International Limited launched 14 new engines compliant with China’s more stringent National VI emission

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