Agenda Update on Sept 20 - ECF2017 7th Asia-Pacific Shale Gas Summit

​ECF2017 7th Asia-Pacific Shale Gas Summit – Conference Agenda

ECF China Shale Gas 2017-09-20

China gains edge in mining combustible ice

China's success in mining gas hydrate in the South China Sea is a breakthrough that could revolutionize the global energy industry, and prove more significant than the United States' shale gas, experts said.

China Exploration Tech 2017-09-08

SORAZ Refinery from Nigeria Connects with Lanzhou Petrochemical

Lanzhou Petrochemical indicated that it is dedicated to assist Nigeria’s refinery complexes in terms of personnel rotation, optimizing logistics services and perform the 2018 overall maintenance & repairing projects to the highest standards.


China to develop intelligent drilling systems

Chinese scientists and researchers will develop intelligent drilling systems with independent intellectual property rights, the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) announced Tuesday.

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, reported on July 12.

Chinese-built dam in Cambodia to start testing operation

The Lower Sesan II Hydropower Plant, which is Cambodia's biggest hydropower dam, will begin testing its first-phase operation on July 15 after more than three years of construction, the Electricity Authority of Cambodia (EAC) said on Wednesday.

Service 2017-07-17

China becomes one of the biggest oil drilling contractors in Kuwait: report

The huge amount of Chinese-made oil equipment imported by Kuwait shows the country’s support for Chinese manufacturers in the field and breaks the monopoly of US and Europe in the Middle East oil sector, the People’s Daily reported on Sunday.

China to transform Shanghai into world-leading nuclear power tech hub

China aims to build a world-class nuclear energy innovation hub in five years, rallying support from eight state-owned giants and leading academies, a milestone for the country’s ambitious plan to become a global nuclear forerunner.

China leads global efforts in clean energy expansion

​As the development of clean energy hit new records, China, the world's largest energy investor and innovation center, has made stronger-than-expected efforts to accelerate the process.

First Chinese-operated gas regulator station in Egypt to be operational in September

The first gas regulator station operated by a Chinese company in Egypt will be operational in September, a company representative said Tuesday.

Sinopec full steam ahead with shale gas revolution

China Petroleum and Chemical Corp, the world's largest refiner, has vowed to double its annual natural gas output by 2020 to reach 40 billion cubic meters.

Engineering group ABB wants in on B&R projects

Swiss engineering group company ABB Group said it wants to get involved in Chinese EPC projects-or engineering, procurement and construction contracts-connected with the Belt and Road Initiative, to secure long-term returns.

Belt and Road 2017-07-12

China tops in renewable energy production: BP Statistical Review of World Energy

China surpassed the US as the top producer of renewable energy in 2016, according to the latest BP Statistical Review of World Energy released on Monday.

Chinese-built hydropower plant delivers genuine benefits to Cote d'Ivoire

​A magnificent building has emerged at the Sassandra River of western Cote d'Ivoire in Africa, about 400 kilometers from its economic capital of Abidjan.

World's first panda-shaped solar energy farm built in China

In a world-first, China has built a large solar farm shaped like the iconic black and white giant panda.


China's SPIC plans to raise clean energy power capacity to 50 per cent by 2020

​China's State Power Investment Corporation (SPIC) said on Thursday it aims to generate half of its power from clean energy by 2020, up from 43 percent currently, as part of the country's plans to reduce its carbon emissions.

China’s nuclear power moves into new era

​China is becoming the global center of the nuclear power industry while realizing its goal of optimizing its energy structure and promoting social development, Li Guanxing, director of the Chinese Nuclear Society, said Monday.

China pumps cash into African floating LNG projects in strategic push

​China plans to pour almost $7 billion into floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) projects in Africa, betting on a largely untested technology in the hope that energy markets will recover by the time they start production in the early 2020s.


China's longest UHV power transmission line enters operation

An ultra-high voltage direct current (UHVDC) power transmission line has officially entered operation in China, announced the State Grid Corporation of China (SGCC) on Friday. It marks the longest UHVDC power transmission line for green energy currently in operation in China.


China unveils first nuclear emergency response robots

China has unveiled and deployed its first batch of nuclear emergency response robots, which are designed to guarantee the safety of nuclear power plants.


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