Energy & Environment

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

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

OP-ED: Energy quest

Pipelines not so profitable for PetroChina

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Back to the farm

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

China to expand pollution spot checks

China will expand its scheme to carry out environmental spot checks on companies and local governme

Coal curbs may spark industry-wide losses

China's coal industry is likely to experience continued across-the-board losses this year, as gover

China may lower EV quotas

China is considering easing proposed quotas aimed at producing more electric vehicles, as Beijing g

China softens on central government-led coal cuts

China's top planning agency has backed away from the production curbs that caused a huge squeeze in

BAIC Motor eyes new-energy vehicle IPO

The new-energy vehicle unit of auto giant BAIC Motor Corp.

China vows new coal and steel cuts

China will cut steel capacity by 50 million tonnes and coal output by more than 150 million tonnes

China orders steel and aluminum cuts

China has ordered steel and aluminum producers in 28 cities to slash output during winter, outlined

EU prolongs curbs on Chinese solar imports

The European Union's executive on Wednesday prolonged by 18 months anti-dumping and anti-subsidy me

Chinese state oil firm in Bangladesh gas field bid

China's state-run Zhenhua Oil has signed a preliminary deal with Chevron to buy the US oil major's

China lowers 2017 coal production cut target

China's goal to reduce excess coal capacity will be far less ambitious this year, only 20% of last

Sinochem in early talks to buy Noble Group

China's state-owned Sinochem is in early talks with Noble Group to buy an equity stake in the embat

ChinaCoal to reallocate 9,300 workers in capacity cut

ChinaCoal, China's second-largest coal producer, plans to divert around 9,300 coal workers, about 1

China cracks down on EV subsidy fraud

The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) has punished seven Chinese electric vehi

Beijing vows to cut coal use by 30%

China's smog-hit capital Beijing plans to slash coal consumption by a further 30% in 2017 as part o

Green bonds gaining popularity in China

Green bonds, which support environmentally friendly projects, are becoming an increasingly attracti

China to spend $167mn on rainmaking scheme

China's top economic planning agency has approved a 1.15 billion yuan ($167 million) rainmaking pro

China to tighten subsidies for new-energy car makers

New-energy car makers in China will not get government subsidies in the future unless they innovate

2016 world green energy investment falls 18%

Global green energy investment has plunged by the largest amount in more than a decade as a spendin

China to spend $361bn on renewables by 2020

China will plow 2.5 trillion yuan ($361 billion) into renewable power generation by 2020, the count

China aiming for aggressive coal cuts by 2020

China aims to cut the capacity of its coal mines by 300m tonnes a year until 2020 even as productio

China 2016 energy consumption up 1.4%

China's total primary energy consumption is expected to have reached 4.36 billion tonnes of coal eq

Heavy smog causes flight delays in northern China

Persistent heavy smog on Tuesday caused massive flight delays in and around Beijing, snarling traff

China smog response signals new outlook

Cities across northern China maintained air-pollution measures on Monday after issuing a series of

China environment watchdogs increase independence

China buys Mexico offshore oil rights

China has arrived on Mexico's oil scene.

Cheung Kong Infrastructure bids $5.4bn Aussie pipeline firm

Hong Kong tycoon Li Ka-shing launched a multibillion-dollar bid for an Australian infrastructure gr


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