Energy


Nation to remain top energy user

Despite slower growth in energy demand, China will remain the world’s leading energy consumer until at least 2040, accounting for 22 percent of the global market, British Petroleum’s latest energy outlook...

April 12, 2019, Friday


Venezuela oil production falls as US sanctions bite

Venezuela’s oil output sank to a new long-term low last month due to US sanctions and blackouts, the country told OPEC, deepening the impact of a global production curb and further tightening supplies...

April 11, 2019, Thursday


Dutch climate protestors launch suit against Shell

Climate marchers have handed in a lawsuit to Shell’s headquarters in the Netherlands aimed at forcing the oil giant to meet targets in the Paris accord....

April 8, 2019, Monday


As China seeks a future with blue skies, it’s only natural to go gas

As Shanghai strives to become a major global city and a world leader in green energy, natural gas will play an increasingly important role, Mayor Ying Yong said yesterday....

April 3, 2019, Wednesday


Work begins on 2.24 GW hydropower plant

Construction has started on the main structure of a 2.24-gigawatt hydropower station on the Jinsha River, the upper section of the Yangtze....

April 1, 2019, Monday


Sinopec sees profit jump on gas demand

Chinese energy giant Sinopec, the world’s largest oil refiner, said yesterday its annual profit for 2018 soared by almost a quarter thanks to growing domestic demand for natural gas....

March 26, 2019, Tuesday


Renewables gain ground on coal power

The share of coal in China’s energy mix fell last year as the government continued efforts to foster renewable energy....

March 1, 2019, Friday


OPEC cuts outlook for oil demand

OPEC cut its forecast for 2019 world oil demand yesterday due to slowing economies and expectations of faster supply growth from rivals, underlining its challenge to prevent a surplus even as it starts...

February 13, 2019, Wednesday


Beware of white elephants, IMF chief warns oil sector

Oil exporters have not fully recovered from the dramatic oil price shock of 2014, the head of the IMF says, cautioning against spending money on “white elephant projects....

February 11, 2019, Monday


US warns of sanctions for Nord Stream work

The US ambassador to Germany has warned companies involved in the construction of the Russian-led Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline that they could face sanctions if they stick to the project, a senior US official...

January 14, 2019, Monday




 

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