Energy China Forum 2020 Recruitment Notification - International Project Officer

Energy China Forum 2020 Recruitment Notification - International Project Officer, Shanghai ChinaEnergy China ForumDowntown, Huangpu District, Shanghai, ChinaFull-timeResponsibility:1. Responsible for international project promotion, including planning, publicity and copywriting;2. Organize or provide assistance to international industry summit, global conferences and other events;3. Responsible for daily communication, marketing, maintenance and following up with global energy institute, governments, associations and energy companies;4. Responsible for market research, including industry dynam

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.

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.

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

Honeywell Advanced Burner Technology Selected By Sinopec Yanshan To Help Meet New Environmental Regulation

SHANGHAI, Jan. 31, 2018 -- Honeywell (NYSE: HON) UOP announced today that its Callidus® low-nitrogen oxides (NOx) burner technology has been selected by Sinopec Beijing Yanshan Petrochemical Co., Ltd. (Yanshan) to help meet China's new NOx emission regulations.More than 400 burners used in Yanshan's ethylene process units have been revamped and achieved reductions of 40 to 50 percent of NOx emissions from ethylene furnaces. In addition, Honeywell UOP is providing these process units with engineering, performance verification testing, burner fabrication and service.Under new government standard

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China anti-pollution drive to benefit global ethylene, PE cycle

China’s crackdown on pollution will benefit the global ethylene and polyethylene (PE) outlook for 2018 and 2019, even as large amounts of US capacity start up, DowDuPont senior executives said on Thursday.

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

China’s green drive spurs record chemicals profits

Northeast Asian (NEA) caustic soda prices had risen by no less than 68% in November 2017 compared with January of last year. And the November price of $705/tonne FOB NEA was the highest price since ICIS began conducting this particular price assessment in January 2007.

China Nears 2016 Carbon Emissions Target

China’s climate change watchdog said 27 of the country’s 31 regions have met the carbon emission reduction targets Beijing set in 2016. The targets include an 18-percent reduction in carbon dioxide emissions per unit of GDP growth as well as a cap on overall energy consumption at 5 billion tons of s

Will China’s New Silk Road Be Green?

China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) will determine the shape of global sustainable development, particularly among emerging economies.

China looks to capture millions of tonnes of CO2

China is planning to capture millions of tonnes of carbon dioxide generated by its energy and steel plants for use in extracting crude oil from the country’s increasingly barren oilfields.

Veolia signs 943-mln-dollar deal with China

French company Veolia, a world leading company in water, waste and energy management, on Wednesday announced it has signed three deals worth 864 million euros (943 million U.S. dollars) with China.Under the accords, Veolia will "provide a suite of solutions ... to improve (Chinese) clients' energy p


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