BEIJING -- China's raw coal output sustained steady growth in May as policy measures to ensure energy supply and stabilize prices have taken effect, official data showed.
China's coal output up 10.5% in first four months
BEIJING - China's raw coal output posted double-digit growth in the first four months of 2022, driven by policies to increase production and supply, official data showed.
Vale excited to work with China's opening-up
Vale, a global mining company, said it welcomed China's latest resolve to further open to the rest of the world.
Profits of China's non-ferrous metal firms to hit 200 bln yuan in H1
BEIJING, May 4 (Xinhua) -- Companies in China's non-ferrous metal industry are likely to see their combined profits climb 20 percent year on year to 200 billion yuan (about 30 billion U.S. dollars) in the first six months, according to industry estimates.
China to temporarily adjust coal tariffs to zero
China will impose provisional zero tariffs on coal imports from May to secure energy supply, an official statement said Thursday.
China's gold production shines again
China's gold production increased 12.04 percent year-on-year to about 83.4 tons during the first quarter this year, as major gold producing provinces, including Shandong and Henan provinces, resumed production, an industry report said on Wednesday.
China's coal output up 14.8% in March
China's raw coal output posted faster growth in March, driven by policies to increase production and supply, official data showed.
China installs deepwater jacket for offshore oil development
China's 300-meter deepwater jacket Haiji-1 has been successfully installed and accurately positioned at sea in south China.
The Haiji-1 deepwater jacket measures 302 meters in total height and 30,000 tonnes in weight, and this is the first time for China to install a fixed jacket in a water depth of nearly 300 meters.
IEA to release 120M barrels of oil
The International Energy Agency (IEA) announced on Thursday that its members will release 120 million barrels of crude oil reserves over the next six months, in the face of the global energy shortage caused by the conflict in Ukraine.