Tagged With China
China hopes to stimulate demand by cutting gas prices
5 August 2015
The country will cut regulated gas prices in order to encourage demand
Chinese oil companies try to renegotiate import deals
18 June 2015
Sinopec is negotiating with Origin amid weak gas demand and oversupply on their own soil
China's NOCs start to feel the pinch
28 May 2015
The country’s oil giants aren’t in the rosiest financial health, but remain ready to scoop up assets elsewhere
China is stockpiling cheap crude in reserves
28 May 2015
The country has a long way to go to reach its 2020 Strategic Petroleum Reserve target
China to become second largest shale-gas producer by 2035
30 April 2015
BP's chief economist predicts the Chinese will be second only to North America
China chases new energy ‘superhighway’
21 April 2015
The superhighway will alter trade flows and should link the two ends of the country together
Chinese doubts over growing Russian oil trade
27 March 2015
Western sanctions have contributed to the fall in confidence in Russian oil
China reforms could mean opportunity for private capital
26 March 2015
President Xi Jinping has revealed a new mixed ownership model for the state sector
Asian players push ahead despite oil price fall
26 March 2015
Petronas have raised $5bn, challenging fears that lower prices would threaten the Asian oil markets
China must get greener to avert effects of climate change
26 February 2015
The country’s shift to cleaner fuels will sharply reduce its appetite for fossil fuels, says Kate Chrisman
China is leading the way in renewable energy growth
26 February 2015
Renewables’ relentless march on grid power is just getting started and there will be no stopping it
China-Myanmar oil pipeline starts flowing
9 February 2015
Test runs have begun on the pipeline which cost $1.5bn to build over five years
China's oil majors feel the pinch of low prices
27 January 2015
After years of rapid growth, China's oil majors are feeling the pain from low oil prices as they are being forced to slash spending and delay unprofitable new projects at home.
More price drops predicted as the market is yet to recover
19 January 2015
Oil prices could take some time to bounce back - and the rout is not over yet
Oil rout will drive deals for oil companies
16 January 2015
Hugh Ebbutt, Richard Forrest, Vance Scott and Alvin See, of consultancy AT Kearney, weigh up where the action will be as the price plunge shakes up the sector
Low oil prices create opportunity for China's dealmakers
6 January 2015
Despite slowing down M&A activity last year, Chinese oil companies may see new opportunities arising
Second export deal in the pipeline for China and Russia
15 December 2014
A deal is in the works. But it would be a geopolitical coup for the Kremlin and a commercial one for Beijing
China’s appetite for LNG under threat without price reform
7 November 2014
The country's gas supply capacity is rising, but prices are going with it making it more difficult for consumers to afford
Non-OECD Asia to drive global oil demand growth to 2040
6 November 2014
Opec World Oil Outlook 2014 forecasts total global oil demand will reach 111.1m b/d in 2040
Legal risks for foreign investors in China shale opening
23 October 2014
The government is keen to lure foreign investors into the country’s unconventional gas sector. Hopeful developers must be clear about the rules, write Fung Lin Leung, senior associate, and Ben Smith, foreign legal consultant, Norton Rose Fulbright Hong Kong
LNG set to fuel transport says report
16 October 2014
Demand for liquefied natural gas (LNG) in the transport sector will soar over the next 20 years, taking a 30% share of total demand for the fuel by 2035, a new report forecasts
Sanctions on Russian energy open the door for China
10 October 2014
Western sanctions have tipped the balance of Russia's energy relations with China in Beijing's favour, an advantage that the Chinese side is pressing to win trade deals on its terms and gain direct access to some of Russia's largest oil and gasfields.
China to unveil national carbon market in 2016
29 September 2014
China is poised to launch a national carbon trading market – potentially the largest one in the world - but if its seven regional pilot projects are anything to go by, there is still much to be done
Sinopec's $17.4bn retail stake sale disappoints
15 September 2014
The sale was long-awaited, but in the end the move failed to attract investors
Asian promise, but full of risk
10 September 2014
There is huge potential for investors, but it remains hard to say if and where the shale plays will work
Renewable power generating capacity growing fast
2 September 2014
Over the next six years renewables are expected to account for 80% of the total new power generation