|China Energy Giants Step Up Acquisitions Overseas|
(Source: Oswald Chen Asia News Network (MCT) — Sinopec Corp., Asia's largest refiner, and rival PetroChina Co. Ltd are poised to seek assets overseas to diversify as China domestic earnings are depressed by state-controlled prices for processed fuels.
|Invest in What China Needs to Buy: Don Coxe|
The Energy Report: You are famous for taking the long view of the political economy, Don. What does the machinery of history tell us about the likely future of the Western world as measured against the newly industrializing economies, including China ...
|Option Trends: China Mobile, Crocs, and Gulfport Energy|
Bullish bets are gaining traction on wireless stock China Mobile Limited (NYSE:CHL - 54.00), footwear firm Crocs, Inc. (NASDAQ:CROX - 17.59), and oil-and-gas issue Gulfport Energy Corporation (NASDAQ:GPOR - 26.03), according to volume data from the ...
|A Chinese Perspective on Corn-Ethanol Biofuels|
CO2 Science Magazine
The authors write that "interest in bio-ethanol as a substitute energy supply for nonrenewable fossil fuels has been growing since [the] 1990s in China," and they say that "after Brazil and the US, China has recently become the third largest ethanol ...
|China Offers Oil-Exploration Blocks Near Disputed Waters|
The offer by China's biggest offshore energy company comes as tensions rise among Asia's biggest economies following moves to assert sovereignty over disputed islands that are potentially rich in energy resources. Assailants in Beijing yesterday ...
|The 4th China Smart Grid Forum 2012|
DoubleTree Hilton Shanghai, China. China has surpassed the United States to become the world's largest energy user, according to the Paris-based International Energy Agency. As a result of rapidly growing GDP, China's domestic energy consumption will ...
|Next oil and gas rush - South China Sea?|
China's largest offshore oil and gas company is seeking foreign partners to help it explore another 26 blocks, including 22 in the South China Sea where a similar move by China earlier this year in disputed territory angered Vietnam. China National ...
Tuesday, August 28, 2012
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