Two thirds of three Chinese oil majors’ hefty overseas investments have sustained losses, the 21st Century Business Herald reported Tuesday, citing a report from China University of Petroleum.
China will start a pilot carbon emissions trading project, and gradually set up a carbon emissions trading market, said a top climate change official at a major international conference on Sunday.
The Ministry of Commerce (MOC) on Thursday announced the second batch of rare earth export quotas for this year, totaling 15,738 tonnes.
China's wind power companies are finding their way into overseas markets, where fierce competition has previously limited their presence, usually by acquiring existing projects or investing in joint venture efforts.
China will institute a more market-oriented jet fuel pricing mechanism starting August, the country's top economic planner said Tuesday.
China should give higher priority on control of total energy consumption as the nation faces strains of energy supplies amid fast development, said a senior energy official Saturday.
Zhao Chunjiang's dream is that one day every rooftop in this eastern metropolis will have a solar power generator.
The Chinese nuclear industry is developing rapidly and the experience it is gaining provides Chinese companies opportunities to invest in the United Kingdom, a UK expert said.
The central government has approved plans for an energy industry "golden zone" .
China has awarded two out of four shale gas blocks offered in its first auction of the unconventional gas resource, and Sinopec Corp and a provincial coal seam gas firm each won one block, a government official said on Wednesday.
In late June, the price of power coal dropped up to 20 yuan per ton in the east coast region, the first decrease in three months, China Securities Journal reported on Wednesday.
China will strengthen energy saving and emission reductions in road and waterway transport in the next five years as the central government decides to allocate funds to support it.