Categories: Energy

China Buys Gas-Tapping Technology

Posted by: Bruce Einhorn on October 11

My colleague John Duce and I wrote in this week's issue of Bloomberg Businessweek about China's search for unconventional gas -- gas trapped in coal deposits, for instance, or in...

China Invests in West Texas Wind Farm

Posted by: Frederik Balfour on November 02

Late last week, a Chinese-U.S. consortium announced it was building a 600 megawatt wind farm in Texas costing $1.5 billion. The deal, in which the Chinese partner is putting up...

China National Petroleum Corp in $17 Billion Argentina Oil Bid

Posted by: Dexter Roberts on July 03

More news out showing China is serious about picking up overseas assets to meet its surging energy and resource needs. This time, a report published yesterday in the Hong Kong-based...

Renewable Energy Share in China Falls

Posted by: Frederik Balfour on January 28

China's goal of increasing the amount of renewable energy it produces is failing. According to the Chinese Environmental Law blog, the actual percentage of wind, solar, and hydro power of...

Another Bad Week for Li-Ions

Posted by: Ian Rowley on June 20

For car companies developing hybrids, lithium ion cells are the Next Big Thing. More powerful than today's nickel metal hydride cells, Li-Ions are also lighter and take up less space....

GE and Hitachi's are NRG's nuclear option

Posted by: Ian Rowley on June 23

Renewed interest in nuclear technology shows no signs of letting up. According to reports in today's Japanese press, NRG Energy is set to ink a deal with GE and Hitachi...

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