China Registers A Record High of Natural Gas Imports in 2018

China’s natural gas imports ballooned to a record high of about 90.4 million metric tons in 2018, registering an increase of 31.9 percent year-on-year, shows data from the General Administration of Customs. It is also showed that main...

2019 Glows for China’s Solar Power Sector

2018 saw a five-year high of China’s photovoltaic product exports, partly due to rising demand for production capacity in overseas markets and partly the termination of European Commission’s anti-dumping measures against Chinese products. China’s total...

Argentina Allowed to Export Biodiesel to EU Again

Argentina and the European Union (EU) entered into a deal to solve a dispute over biofuel exports from the South American country to the 28-member-state bloc, the Argentine Ministry of Foreign Affairs said at...

China and Africa to Strengthen Ties Via Collaboration on Clean Energy

Energy development is one of the keys to Africa’s sustainable development, and African countries are looking at clean energy to boost their economic growth. China had made promises at summits to ramp up efforts...

U.S. to See More Energy Exports Than Imports in 2020

The United States is on the way to become a net energy exporter in 2020 in view of its rising crude oil output and weakening domestic demand for petroleum products, the U.S. Energy Information...

OTR Tires Market is Estimated to Grow Fast

In most of the recently released OTR tires market reports, marketers show the optimism about the future of this market. Data prediction also strengthens the market confidence: “the OTR tires market was valued at...

Lithium Race Attracts Powerful Technology Fund

Softbank has decided to invest CAD$99.1 million into the Canadian company Nemaska Lithium recently, and then it will own 9.9% share of Nemaska Lithium. This fund will become the largest technology fund in the...

China’s Installed Solar Power Capacity Drops in 2018

China installed just a little more than 43 gigawatts (GW) of solar power generation capacity in 2018, 18 percent less than that recorded a year ago, according to a group in the solar sector,...

Fears Over Glut to Subdue Oil Prices

The year 2018 wrapped up with a rout in benchmark prices of WTI and Brent. The downside risk haunts despite a pledge from the OPEC countries to cut output in 2019. Growing caution among investors...

Chinese Companies Foray into LNG Shipping

China is planning to pool resources for competition with South Korea in building liquefied natural gas (LNG) carriers, said industry insiders, adding that, the country has already surpassed many global rivals in mega container...

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The European Union(EU) and Japan signed an agreement on tariff reduction on Tuesday. According to the deal, 99 percent of the tariffs on Japanese...