Energy & Environment

The biggest impact of Beijing’s resource quest has been on global trading prices

Q&A: Global energy prices

The changing nature of China's global oil and gas deals

OP-ED: Energy quest

Pipelines not so profitable for PetroChina

Market roundup: May 16

Back to the farm

Chandra Nair calls for unilateral, drastic revision of environmental policy in Asia

Beijing criticizes US tariffs on China-made solar panels

China's Commerce Ministry on Wednesday criticized the United States' decision to impose broader ant

China Resources VP detained in corruption probe

Jiang Wei, a vice-president of state-owned China Resources, has been in detention for at least a mo

Local nuclear outfits compete with foreign firms in new power struggle

Foreign nuclear outfits are struggling to stay in China as the country increasingly turns to local

Lima climate agreement dogged by disagreements despite China-US agreement

A rift between rich and poor countries pushed climate change talks in Lima two days past their plan

China-bound supertankers may signal oil stockpiling

83 supertankers were bound for Chinese ports Saturday carrying an estimated 166 million barrels of

CGN Power lights up Hong Kong bourse

CGN Power shares leapt a fifth during the company's Hong Kong debut as investors bet that the count

Group releases environmental violations database for publicly listed firms

The Beijing-based Institute of Public and Environmental Affairs released data calling out more than

Global warming projection still stark after announcements

The independently produced Climate Action Tracker has predicted a global temperature rise of about

China delegation seeks to strike oversight from emissions agreement

Chinese negotiators sought to delete provisions that would allow other countries and non-government

Sinopec exec removed amid ongoing government investigation

China's Central Commission for Discipline Inspection's (CCDI) month-long investigation into the sta

CDH buys China's top battery producer from P&G

Procter & Gamble (PG.NYSE) has sold off a 78.8% stake in Fujian Nanping Nanfu Battery Co.

China delegation calls on developed nations to fulfill climate aid pledge

The head of China's delegation to a UN conference criticized developed nations' lack of aid money t

Soil pollution in Hunan found to be 1,500 times permitted levels

A recent environmental study by the Changsha Shuguang Environmental Charity Development Centre foun

China's emissions outlook obscured by coal conversion plants

The number of plants that transform coal into chemicals, gas or automotive fuel in China's less-pop

The booming business of the Buddhist "life release" ceremony

Dangerous Dharma

New discipline commission inspections to focus on Sinopec

Inspectors from the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection have launched probes into a number

Tibetan hydropower project starts operating upstream on Brahmaputra

The Zangmu Hydropower Station's first generating plant began operations in Tibet on Sunday,

Q&A: Simon Powell on China's coal-bed methane prospects

Angling upstream

CNG Power seeks as much as $3.16bn in IPO

CGN Power Co., China's largest nuclear power plant operator, is making 8.83 billion shares availabl

China reveals strategic oil reserve size and locations

China's National Bureau of Statistics made the size of the country's estimated strategic oil reserv

Peak coal use must arrive by 2020, NDRC-run think tank says

China needs to hit peak coal use by 2020 to end emissions growth by around 2030 as promised last we

Why health hazards continue to spring from China's poisoned soil

Metastasized growth

Sinopec racks up RMB4bn in pipe repairs this year

The state-owned China Petroleum & Chemical Corp.

'Heartening' US-China emissions deal falls far short of IPCC goal

A new accord between the US and China to cut greenhouse gas emissions falls far short of a road map

Research shows China had 670,000 smog-related deaths in 2012

Researchers attempting to put a monetary cost on the environmental effects of heavy coal usage have

Soil degradation affects more than 40% of China's arable land

More than 40% of China's arable land is suffering from degradation,


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