All publications by tag «CHINA»
2020, February, 26, 10:10:00CHINA'S NUCLEAR POWER UP 18%
China's nuclear electricity generation rose by 18.1% last year
2020, February, 26, 09:45:00CHINA'S RENEWABLE INVESTMENT $8.3 BLN
The China's state-owned company will spread a total renewable investment of CNY 58 billion (USD 8.3bn/EUR 7.6bn) between 25 new projects in 14 provinces and regions
2020, February, 24, 10:40:00CHINA'S COAL RESUMPTION
China's capacity resumption rate for all coal firms has reached 76.5%.
2020, February, 19, 11:10:00CHINA'S COAL PRODUCTION UP
At the urging of China’s energy regulator, coal producers accelerated output resumption. About two-thirds of national capacity restarted as of Thursday.
2020, February, 14, 12:10:00CHINA'S CORONAVIRUS: NO AFFECT
The coronavirus epidemic in China has had a marginal impact on energy markets and is unlikely to dramatically affect oil prices even if Chinese demand falls by 500,000 barrels per day, U.S. Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette told
2020, February, 5, 11:00:00CHINA'S LPG IMPORTS UP 8.5%
China imported 14.91 million mt of propane in 2019, up 10.8% or 1.45 million mt from 2018
2020, January, 31, 12:20:00SAUDI'S OIL FOR CHINA UP 47%
The big annual boost in Saudi shipments followed a new marketing strategy by state-run Aramco, which signed at least two new supply pacts with private refiners in China that came into the market from late 2018. Previously, Saudi Aramco had only dealt with China’s state refiners in long-term contracts.
2020, January, 29, 13:20:00CHINA'S ELECTRICITY CONSUMPTION UP 4.5%
Overall, China's power generation rose by 4.7% in 2019, triggered by nuclear power generation (+18%) and renewable power generation (+5.7% for hydropower, +11% for wind and +25% for solar). CO2-free power generation thus accounted for 32.6% of the country's power mix. Thermal power generation grew at a slower pace (+2.4%, with +1.7% for coal-fired power generation).
2020, January, 27, 14:55:00U.S., DUBAI, HONG CONG, CHINA SANCTIONS
The US State Department on Thursday set sanctions against companies in Dubai, Hong Kong, and Shanghai,
2020, January, 17, 11:30:00CHINA'S OIL THROUGHPUT UP 13.6%
China Dec crude oil throughput up 13.6% y/y at 58.51 million tonnes