The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) will push three initiatives to develop environmentally-friendly energy equipment industry.
China on Monday unveiled its targets for carbon emission and energy intensity cuts in industrial production for 2011 as it looks to developing a greener economy.
China Shenhua Energy Co Ltd, China's largest coal producer, said Saturday that its net profits reached 37.19 billion yuan ($5.63 billion) in 2010, up 22.8 percent from the previous year.
Japan's nuclear crisis should not derail China's plan to develop the nuclear power industry, said the head of research at China National Nuclear Corp on Friday.
China aims to make major technological breakthroughs in developing shale gas to optimize the nation's energy structure, the nation's top energy official said on Thursday.
Shenhua Group Corporation Limited, China's largest mining company by output, said the consortium of Shenhua and Mitsui & Co Ltd, a Japanese major trading company, has been shortlisted to develop the central-western part of the Tavan Tolgoi coalfield in Mongolia.
China will start building a nuclear power plant next month using fourth-generation technology.
China will begin to select locations for its third phase of the strategic oil reserve project, an official said, the National Business Daily reported Wednesday.
China's first coal emergency storage proposal has been approved by the State Council, and the first batch of reserve has been set at five million tons, the Shanghai Securities News reported Wednesday, citing information from the China National Coal Association.
China Oilfield Services Limited (COSL), a leading integrated oilfield services provider, posted a 31.7 percent year-on-year net profit increase as its exploration business expands.
China National Nuclear Corp (CNNC), the country's largest nuclear plant operator, has started trial production at its first overseas uranium mine. The move comes as China increases efforts to secure more of the metal used in nuclear power production, from overseas acquisitions.
China is likely to raise the price of petroleum products as international oil prices continue to soar, Chinanews.com reported Tuesday.