At home, an ever-increasing number of nuclear power plants are under construction, the two large nuclear power companies are planning IPOs to raise funds for this investment, and the government has accelerated research to develop thorium reactor … Continue Reading ››
Over the last 20 years, China’s national oil companies (NOCs) have invested close to US$200 billion in overseas oil and gas assets across more than 50 countries. Most involve oil and gas exploration and production. A … Continue Reading ››
Emirates Centre for Strategic Studies and Research (ECSSR), Annual Energy Conference, 20-30th October 2013, Abu DhabiI attended the ECSSR Annual Energy Conference and spoke on "China Shale Gas Ambitions". My presentation can be found here.
The rush to SNG promises cleaner air for the cities in the east, but threatens water supplies and boosts GHG emissions.
China has launched markets for trading carbon emissions, but will they reduce emissions efficiently?
The Party's Third Plenum sets a vague agenda for energy sector reform
The imminent shortfall of gas supply reflects seasonal and medium-term challenges.
China's new government has issued a comprehensive pollution control plan with tough targets for 2017.
The purge of senior oil company officials has led to speculation that this may be followed by industrial reform.