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· China's steel prices recover on rising demand

2018-05-21

Steel prices in China are showing signs of recovering as market demand picked up in April, but continued excessive supply in the industry will keep a lid on price rises in the long run, the latest data from an industry association showed

· China's coal-rich province to further cut capacity

2018-05-16

North China s coal-rich Shanxi Province will close 35 mines in 2018, further cutting 22 4 million tons of coal production capacity, local authorities said Wednesday

· China's April coal output rebounds from 5-month low in March

2018-05-16

China produced 293 mt of coal in April, up 4 1% from the same month a year earlier, data from the National Statistics Bureau showed on Tuesday, as miners ramped up domestic supplies after China tightened import curbs

· China's daily steel output hits 4-year peak as winter curbs ease

2018-05-15

China s daily crude steel output in April rose to its highest in at least 4 years, official data showed on Tuesday, as mills boosted production to take advantage of high margins after the end of winter output curbs

· China's crude oil futures boom amid looming Iran sanctions

2018-05-15

A U S decision to reimpose sanctions on Iran is supporting China s newly established crude oil futures, and may spur efforts to start trading oil in yuan rather than dollars, traders and analysts said

· LNG imports become hot business

2018-05-15

China s growing appetite for liquified natural gas, or LNG, is set to change the market pattern as the country s energy majors rush to meet the demand

· China raises retail fuel prices

2018-05-14

China will raise the retail prices of gasoline and diesel from Saturday, the sixth increase this year, the country s top economic planning body announced Friday

· China's April aluminum, steel exports jump

2018-05-09

China s aluminum exports inched higher and steel shipments jumped in April, customs data showed on Tuesday, as US import tariffs failed to dent overseas shipments from the world s biggest producer of the two metals

· China crude oil imports at new daily high in April

2018-05-08

China s crude oil imports hit a new high in April on a daily basis at about 9 6 million barrels per day (bpd), according to Reuters calculations based on official data released on Tuesday

· China end-March crude oil stocks down 2.4 pct on-month

2018-04-28

China s refined oil product inventory dropped in March from a month before, easing worries that record processing rates could stoke a fuel glut in the world s largest energy consumer

· China's Mar coking coal imports jump 38% on month to 4.02 mil mt

2018-04-27

China s coking coal imports jumped 38 04% month on month, but slid 37 49% year on year to 4 02 million mt in March, customs data released Wednesday showed

· China to increase oil prices

2018-04-27

China will increase domestic gasoline and diesel prices from midnight on Thursday, the biggest increase so far this year, according to an announcement posted on the official website of NDRC

· Chinese March thermal coal imports at four-year high

2018-04-26

Chinese March thermal coal imports were 12 52 million mt, up 32% month on month, 56% from the year-ago month, and the highest monthly total since March 2014, according to customs data released Wednesday

· Chinese 2018 gas demand growth to be tempered by slower coal-to-gas switching

2018-04-26

China s natural gas demand growth could be tempered this year as the country pursues coal-to-gas switching objectives in a more measured fashion than in 2017, officials and company executives told an event in Beijing Wednesday

· China's Guangdong province plans special emission curbs on steel, petchem

2018-04-26

Guangdong is planning to impose tougher emission curbs on its steel, petrochemical and cement firms starting from June as it bids to meet state air quality standards, the local environment bureau said

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