The China South Industries Group Corporation (CSGC), the nation's leading military industrial company, said on Saturday that it would make more efforts focused on new energy development during the next 5 years.
Chinese geologists have detected "super-thick" oil and gas-bearing stratums in the northern part of the South China Sea and identified 38 offshore oil and gas-bearing basins, a senior official said.
Inner Mongolia's coal output reached 782 million tons last year, making it the nation's largest coal-producing region for a second year running, local authorities said Friday.
Sinovel Wind Group Co, China's biggest maker of wind turbines, fell on its first day of trading in Shanghai as rising competition for clean-energy products fueled concern the company's shares may be overvalued.
Wanxiang New Energy - set up by Wanxiang America, a Chicago-based Chinese company - is so far the only solar panel manufacturing plant in the Midwest. By 2015, the plant is expected to employ more than 200 workers.
China National Petroleum Corporation (PetroChina), the nation's largest oil and gas producer, said on Thursday that its 2010 crude oil and gas output exceeded the equivalent of 200 million tonnes of oil.
China in 2010 became the country with the most installed wind-power capacity, supplanting the United States, industry officials said Wednesday.
China is working out a roadmap to phase out incandescent light bulbs to save energy.
China's net imports of oil products may fall 23 percent this year as the world's fastest-growing economy slows and domestic refiners expand capacity, according to the research unit of China National Petroleum Corp (CNPC).
Qingdao Port Co will operate a crude oil port in Myanmar adjacent to the Sino-Myanmar crude-oil pipeline, according to an announcement posted on the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission's website on Tuesday.
Royal Dutch Shell Plc is negotiating with China National Offshore Oil Corp (CNOOC) to participate in the latter's Huizhou refinery's second-phase project.
PetroChina Company Limited, China's largest oil producer, announced on Monday that its subsidiary has entered into a framework agreement with subsidiaries of INEOS Group Holdings plc for a new trading and refining joint venture in Europe.