Tagged With China
Asia's new buyers
16 November 2016
The region's established LNG importers need less gas, but a crop of emerging economies offer succour-and risk-to exporters
The China coal-to-gas effect
15 November 2016
The country's policy to cut coal production capacity has sent prices around the globe soaring. It’s good news for Europe's decarbonising efforts
Chinese light givers
10 November 2016
Chinese energy companies continue to expand across Africa, bringing infrastructure and power to regions needing both
Divided oil world
24 October 2016
The global crude supply landscape has transformed over the past two years, bringing some blessings and many curses for producers
LNG's road transport potential
10 October 2016
Long range opportunities for LNG as a road fuel may lie in the truck market
Compressed natural gas set to rise in emerging economies
10 October 2016
CNG is still making inroads in developing markets
China’s confusing new stockpiling rules
29 September 2016
The government has told companies they must put aside 10% of their reserves for a supply emergency. Details are vague
A 'scrap of paper' in the water
6 September 2016
China has not accepted a ruling denying its claim to energy-rich territory in the South China Sea. It may heighten tensions in the area
The party's over
6 September 2016
Chinese purchasing of crude for storage will slow sharply in September, knocking out another prop in global oil demand
China’s oil product exports soar in H1 2016
19 August 2016
The country’s crude demand may be slowing but sales are ramping up
Banking on China
8 July 2016
Asia’s big markets aren’t growing. New ones are needed
The rise of China's teapot refineries
8 June 2016
Armed with import permits, the country’s private refineries are mopping up cheap global crude oil
Big Oil, big risk in the long term?
2 June 2016
Even during a price slump, the threats to oil’s longevity are mounting
CNPC
16 May 2016
Financial results for CNPC
Will China and India really be big markets for LNG?
27 April 2016
Coal’s resilience and a stronger push for renewables may dampen the countries’ enthusiasm for seaborne gas
A renminbi threat to oil?
20 April 2016
A major Chinese currency devaluation probably wouldn’t hurt Chinese oil demand as much as some think
Chinese policies enhance LNG
15 April 2016
The final survey conducted by Petroleum Economist in partnership with Petronas considered the impact of Chinese liberalisation
The emergence of an Asia-Pacific LNG trading hub
12 April 2016
Professor Jonathan Stern from the Oxford Institute of Energy Studies (OIES) sees a stable future for liquefied natural gas in the region
Big gloom, small promise
4 April 2016
New Asian LNG demand centres are emerging while the region’s big consumers need less of the fuel
Asia past its peak
25 February 2016
China’s output will fall this year, the biggest loser as Asia’s oil production drifts lower
Production forecasts: falling, not freezing
25 February 2016
Welcome to our in-depth report on production forecasts
The next China?
22 February 2016
Strong GDP growth, coupled with some reforms at home, could make India a new engine of global energy demand
Is Chinese oil demand starting to crack?
21 January 2016
Signs of weakness abound. But the country's robust consumption of gasoline remains a wildcard for the market
China approves Shell's BG Group takeover
15 December 2015
The Ministry of Commerce green light marks the last regulatory hurdle for the deal and clearing the way for a final shareholder vote in the coming weeks
China’s Yantai Xinchao extends shale reach in $1.3bn Texas oilfield deal
7 December 2015
Producers Tall City Exploration and Plymouth Petroleum sell oilfields in Permian basin for around $1.3bn to Chinese firm aiming to make mark in US shale market
China slashes natural gas prices by 30%
20 November 2015
LNG exporters will welcome the return of a major buyer, while domestic producers will be less happy with the change.