Tagged With China
Is it all about the gas?
24 November 2017
CEFC’s investment in Rosneft should bring badly needed financing to Russia’s largest oil company
Singapore poised for LNG hub
10 November 2017
The country is ready to play a leading role in meeting surging liquefied natural gas demand in the region's rapidly expanding market. In emailed responses, Singapore LNG Corporation's (SLNG) chief executive said his company is strategically placed to meet emerging market demand
Filling China's tanks
10 November 2017
Beijing is working hard to put its SPR expansion programme back on track
Trump, China and an LNG deal
9 November 2017
The US president's trip to China yielded the promise of a new gas supply partnership. But the deal was heavy on fanfare and light on details
Southeast Asia's flashpoint
9 November 2017
Vietnam's need for more energy is reviving the disputes with Beijing over the South China Sea
Refining's big expansion
5 October 2017
Teapots are vying with the state giants in China, while India and the Middle East are ramping up
Downstream to the rescue for China
5 October 2017
China's NOCs have had a few difficult years. But restructuring and a modest oil-price recovery are helping
Energy in future cities
11 August 2017
Populations are increasingly concentrated in urban settings, but metropolises don’t have to be planet polluters
China—the green dragon
8 August 2017
Coal is on its way out as Beijing oversees a shift towards clean energy
Investors needed in Cambodia and Vietnam
31 July 2017
Both countries need investment to arrest declining domestic output and plug an impending supply gap—opportunities for China and LNG
Upstream spending slides, cost-cutting kicks in
11 July 2017
The oil industry has tightened its belt several notches, getting better at extracting more oil for less money, says the IEA
China's gas needs
10 July 2017
China's market is growing quickly again, spurring more enthusiasm for domestic shale and attracting exporters as far away as the US
China's tired fields
10 July 2017
China's output is continuing to slow, which is good news for exporters targeting the country
China's belt loosening
10 July 2017
China's economy isn't skipping ahead as it once did, but its role as an engine for global expansion is only rising
Energy demand stayed low in 2016, as the fuel mix shifted towards cleaner energy sources
20 June 2017
China and India accounted for almost all the growth, says BP, and global emissions were flat for the second year in a row
Not so fast for EVs
19 June 2017
EVs will get a bigger share of the car market, but won't pose much of a threat to global gasoline demand
EVs supercharged incentives
12 June 2017
If governments want more EVs, they’ll have to pay consumers to buy them and manufacturers to make them—at least for now
Canada looks to Beijing for new oil sands investment
12 June 2017
As IOCs flee, Ottawa hopes to lure Asian petrodollars back
Let a million EVs bloom
12 June 2017
China wants to electrify its car fleet—and lead the global race to manufacture EVs
Electric vehicles—the great unknown
12 June 2017
Forecasters agree that EVs will hurt oil demand—but on the size of the impact consensus is scant
Saudi Aramco's shifting strategy
11 May 2017
Saudi Aramco has big plans for expanding its refining capacity and it won’t let oil-price volatility stand in the way, Abdulaziz Judaimi, the company's downstream vice president, says
A buyer’s LNG market
10 May 2017
Demand may be set to surge, but Asia’s largest gas importers remain firmly in control
Greening China's power sector
9 May 2017
The country has shut down domestic output but a shift to cleaner fuels will be a slow one. And its coal import needs are showing no signs of abating
China's oil loans run into trouble
5 April 2017
China extended much credit to secure oil supplies. Now it needs borrowers to start repaying
Asia to soak up global LNG glut
3 April 2017
Weak prices reflect a region awash in supplies. Rising demand will soak up the global surfeit, but not until the 2020s
Oil and gas in the new world order
22 March 2017
Geopolitical risks are changing and rising. The energy sector will be in the crosshairs