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...

Transformation of Ford: Mustang, Focus Crossover Will Be Only Ford Cars on the Market...

The company which established more than a century ago by Henry Ford moved America from a carriage to a car. Today, the Ford that changed our world is experiencing another transformation as the transportation...

India Government Unlikely to Scrap Customs Duty on Import of Solar Panels

India government rejected requests from the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) to cancel tariffs on solar panels imposed last year, according to the minutes of a meeting held earlier this month. Therefore,...

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...

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...

Australia is Using up its Oil Reserves on back of Syria Air Strikes

The coalition missile strike on Syria on late April 14 seemed to verify market anxieties on recurring instability in the Middle East, which have triggered oil price increase and futures during the past week....

California Has Achieved 2020 Greenhouse Gas Emissions Target Four Years Early

In view of the current U.S. government's attitude toward clean energy, some may think that it is more difficult for U.S. states to implement their own greenhouse gas emissions plans than usual. However, California...

New Marine Fuel Rules To Spur Green Shipping With LNG

Strict new regulations on shipping fuel are driving shipowners to utilize liquefied natural gas (LNG) as a greener option, and ports such as Gibraltar are preparing to launch upgraded refueling facilities in response to...

China Looses Coal Import Restrictions to Secure Summer Power Supply

China’s energy regulators have eased controls on coal imports at the country’s major ports, as a significantly larger amount of coal will be consumed to ensure the jumping demand for electricity during the next...

Energy Transition: Portugal Breaks 100% Renewables Mark

Last month, Portugal's renewable electricity output exceeded its monthly total grid demand, according to REN, the operator of the national transmission system. The average renewable energy for this month exceeded 103% of consumption, 55%...

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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...