Articles by Chen Aizhu



China Courts Turkmens As Russian Gas Sputters

  • 23 August 07
  • Reuters
China is hedging against a slow-going Russian gas deal by aggressively pushing for imports from Turkmenistan, which could force Moscow to accept Beijing's price demands or watch its Asian strategy unravel.

Rosneft and CNPC Plan Output of 10M Tons

  • 13 November 06
  • Reuters
State oil firm Rosneft and China's top energy group CNPC aim to produce 10 million tons of crude in Russia within three to five years, a concrete step in closer energy ties between Beijing and Moscow.

China Races to Boost Nuclear Power

  • 19 February 04
  • Reuters
Heady economic growth and a worsening power shortage is prodding China to hasten the building of nuclear power plants to fill an energy supply gap in the world's fastest-growing major economy, Beijing-based experts say.

Growth Fuels China Crude Imports

  • 13 January 04
  • Reuters
Robust economic growth fueled China's crude imports to increase 31 percent to record levels in 2003, setting the country on course to become second only to the United States in the league of world oil consumers.

Gas Stations in China Ration Supplies

  • 18 November 03
  • Reuters
Retail petrol stations in bustling eastern China have started to ration the supply of gas oil as refineries struggle to keep up with demand, China-based industry sources said on Monday.

BP Plans Gas Station Expansion Into China