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US and China to cooperate on enhancing climate action
11 November 2021
Joint declaration to tackle CO₂ and methane emissions, with China pledging to reduce coal consumption
Iraq’s two months in the sun
19 October 2021
Baghdad has recently pulled off a string of deals promising a manyfold expansion in solar capacity
Qatar orders first quarter of Chinese LNG tankers
4 October 2021
The world’s largest LNG exporter has taken the first step in its vast fleet expansion
China wind power set for rapid growth and plunging costs – Wood Mackenzie
22 September 2021
Onshore wind costs expected to drop by 46pc by 2030 as state policies drive sustained capacity growth, consultancy says
US highlights China coal consumption
10 September 2021
Capacity additions continue despite falling demand and accelerating renewables rollout
Global EV sales nearly triple in H1 2021 – Wood Mackenzie
1 September 2021
China and Europe leading growth markets but sales in US see only modest increase
China’s CTG buys renewables assets in Europe and Middle East
23 August 2021
State-owned China Three Gorges accelerates overseas buying spree in wake of $3.6bn IPO
Mission net zero: part three—geopolitics
30 July 2021
US-Sino tensions could hinder global co-operation on climate and divert government spending away from net-zero push
China finances no new coal in 2021
27 July 2021
Size of projects and new investment guidelines have deterred coal financing
The role of a national carbon market in China’s carbon-neutral goal
26 May 2021
China’s centrally controlled economy means it can pull a broader range of levers to reduce national emissions than many other states
The role of a national carbon market in China’s carbon-neutral goal
26 May 2021
China’s centrally controlled economy means it can pull a broader range of levers to reduce national emissions than many other states
The role of a national carbon market in China’s carbon-neutral goal
26 May 2021
China’s centrally controlled economy means it can pull a broader range of levers to reduce national emissions than many other states
Renewables at 20-year high in 2020
11 May 2021
Developers in US, China and Vietnam rush to get projects connected in fourth quarter
China boosts energy storage as renewables expand
28 April 2021
Policymakers bet on dramatic fall in cost of storage batteries this decade
China turns to nuclear for 2030 pledge
16 March 2021
Reliance on coal will use up the national carbon budget, so nuclear will be needed to start reducing overall emissions
China’s Five-Year Plan and ETS to see CO2 rising till 2030
10 March 2021
Concentration on reducing carbon intensity means total emissions are likely to continue to increase
Chinese five-year plan to see expansion of EVs
9 March 2021
Plan will focus on uptake beyond the largest and wealthiest cities, so consumption of petrol and diesel may peak mid-decade
Pressure mounts on US and China to present climate plans
3 March 2021
NGOs and business groups unite on need for action from the world’s two biggest economies ahead of Cop26 in Glasgow
CO2 ‘conversion’ key to China decarbonisation
3 February 2021
Chinese-Canadian firm says high costs of CCUS can be mitigated if extracted carbon is used to create valuable products
Energy-based geopolitics could spur new cold war – Baker Hughes AM 2021
1 February 2021
US and China appear to be on a collision course, as the global economic power balance shifts
South Africa, Burundi can help plug global rare earths shortfall
1 February 2021
China dominates the global market for materials essential for EV batteries, and manufacturers are seeking to diversify their supply chains
Creating value from carbon dioxide
28 January 2021
Rather than treating CO2 as a waste biproduct, the CEO of C4X Technologies says converting CO2 into valuable products could dramatically reduce the timeline to net-zero
Chinese renewables set for bumper year
19 January 2021
Commitment to net-zero by 2060, combined with interim targets, has bolstered confidence within the wind and solar sectors
Lloyd’s fossil fuel exit to stimulate Asian insurance
14 January 2021
The decision by Lloyd’s of London to exit coverage for the most polluting fossil fuel projects may just spur creation of underwriting capacity elsewhere
China’s carbon market not yet fit for purpose
13 January 2021
Announcement of the scheme is encouraging, but it will not be effective until an absolute cap is placed on emissions
China’s refining recovery looks set to stall
19 November 2020
Crude oil throughput at refineries broke records in October, but the market will not fully get back on track until next year