An explosion at a northeast China oil refinery Wednesday injured at least 30 workers, officials have confirmed.
China's Ministry of Land and Resources announced Tuesday that authorities in the country have found and ordered the clean-up of more than 280 illegal mines in an effort to regulate the exploration of valuable minerals, such as rare earths.
China National Petroleum Corp (CNPC) and the Ministry of Energy and Resources in Saskatchewan of Canada will soon sign a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on energy exploration technology, sources said on Tuesday.
The coal price may continue to rise, and it might surge more than 12 percent this year, 21st Century Business Herald reported.
Firefighters are battling a blaze at a northeast China oil refinery after an explosion at the complex at around 9 am Wednesday.
Constructive cooperation between Chinese and US companies will boost bilateral economic partnership and create more common interests, Chinese and US energy entrepreneurs told Xinhua Tuesday.
The Second US-China Strategic Forum On Clean Energy Cooperation started in Washington on Tuesday, bringing together government leaders, business executives and experts from both countries to discuss an array of energy collaboration topics.
China's strategic petroleum reserve (SPR) capacity is expected to reach 85 million tons, equaling 90 days of net imports by 2020, the China Economic Weekly reported Monday.
China's plan to adjust the oil pricing system in 2010 fell through after country's top economic planner said there is no timetable for the introduction of the new system, The Beijing News reported on Friday, citing an unnamed official from the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC).
For Fu Chengyu, the helmsman of China's largest offshore oil conglomerate, it's never been an easy job to steer the vessel in rough seas.
It will take at least a decade for China to start the large-scale industrial application of spent fuel reprocessing technology, which may be the solution to the supply shortage, the China National Nuclear Corp (CNNC) said on Monday.
China became the country with the world's largest installed wind power capacity at the end of 2010, Guangzhou Daily reported Monday, citing information from the China Association of Resource Comprehensive Utilization.