Environmentalists should take note of a new energy venture between a foreign and domestic firm in China. European petrochemical firm Total and the Chinese energy group China Power Investment Corporation announced their intention to build a coal-based petrochemical plant in China's Inner Mongolia. Total will bring to this partnership its expertise in the Methanol to […]
18 November 2010
21 July 2009
China and the United States have announced the establishment of a joint clean energy research center.
The announcement was made at the Great Hall of the People by Wan Gang, minister of China's Ministry of Science and Technology, Zhang Guobao, director of The National Energy Bureau, and Steven Chu, secretary of the U.S. Department of Energy.
03 February 2009
U.S. based energy efficiency solutions provider Ecos has become a partner in the China-U.S. Energy Efficiency Alliance, which aims to reduce the number of power plants required to meet China's growing electricity consumption with concomitant savings in CO2 emissions.
16 January 2009
Edward Yau, the secretary of the Environmental Protection Department of Hong Kong, has stated that Hong Kong will work out a range of measures this year and hold public consultations with the aim of updating the air pollution index.
08 December 2008
Clean Coal Technologies, Inc. is to supply Sino-Mongolia International Railroad Systems with technology valued at USD250 million to enhance low-grade coal for a coal liquefaction facility in Inner Mongolia.
24 November 2008
The China Power Investment Corporation has formally unveiled its initiative to create a large energy industry conglomerate in northwest China with the commencement of the Hongdunzi Project for the Ningdong Energy and Chemical Base in the Ningxia Zhuang Autonomous Region.
28 October 2008
Dutch based Green Gas International has formed a joint venture with Shanxi Energy Industries Group, a large Chinese, state-owned energy and coal company, and Shanxi Xingrun Coal & Coke Company, a Chinese private energy company, to improve degasification practices and implement mine gas utilization systems at coal mines in Shanxi … Read More>>
07 October 2008
St. Louis based Peabody Energy has entered into an agreement with the government of Inner Mongolia and other Chinese partners to explore development opportunities for a large surface mine and downstream coal gasification facility that would produce methanol, chemicals, or fuel products.
08 September 2008
The Shandong Jinneng Coal Gasification Company has received an Energy Star award for its combined heat and power project — the first time the U.S. government has made the award for a project outside of the United States.
23 July 2008
The Shanxi Lvliang energy conservation and emission reduction projects business service center has opened in Beijing.