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· China Sept LNG imports 2nd highest on record ahead of winter heating

2017-10-23

China s monthly imports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) jumped to their second-highest on record in September as the country bids to ramp up supply for households in the north set to use gas for winter heating for the first time in Beijing s war on smog

· National steel output slips from record as smog war bites

2017-10-20

China s steel output dropped in September from a record high the previous month as mills in the world s top producer cut production in line with the country s campaign for clearer skies

· China natural gas demand rises on shift from coal

2017-10-20

As China pivots from powering the nation with coal to cleaner burning fuels and renewables, analysts say the country is in a ˇ°golden ageˇ± for natural gas, and will likely be the largest consumer of the fuel worldwide sometime between 2040 and 2050

· Coal market off despite cold weather

2017-10-17

China s coal market continued to cool despite plummetting temperatures and increased demand as the winter heating season looms in northern China

· Shanghai rebar extends rally to one-month high, lifts iron ore

2017-10-16

Chinese rebar steel futures advanced for a third straight day to hit a one-month peak on Monday, supported by output cuts in the world s top producer as part of the government s battle against smog

· China Sept coal imports hit highest since Dec 2014 on domestic output curbs

2017-10-13

China s September coal imports rose to their highest level since December 2014 as Beijing s rigorous safety and environmental inspections across the country ahead of the party congress curbed output at domestic miners

· Rare earth prices set to see more declines

2017-10-13

Prices of rare earths are set to fall further in the next few months as oversupply and lower prices for other commodities hurt offtake, said experts

· China's top coal province pledges 40 pct smog cut over winter

2017-10-12

Northern China s Shanxi province, the country s top coal producing region, will aim to cut concentrations of hazardous airborne particles known as PM2 5 by 40 percent over the winter months, the official Xinhua news agency reported

· China's crude oil stockpile drops 3.42 pct

2017-10-12

China s commercial crude oil stocks went down 3 42 percent in August from a month earlier, while stocks of refined oil products dropped 0 97 percent, according to data compiled by Xinhua News Agency

· Coal prices fall back as inventories rise ahead of winter

2017-10-09

Coal prices in China have been falling in recent days after top coal producers in the country made concerted efforts to rein in rising prices ahead of the peak winter heating season, according to media reports

· China crude steel output rises slightly in Jan-Aug

2017-10-09

China s crude steel output rose slightly in the first eight months this year, data from the country s top economic planner showed

· China to raise retail fuel prices

2017-09-30

China will raise the retail prices of gasoline and diesel from Saturday, the country s top economic planner announced Friday

· China end-Aug refined products inventory down to 8-month low

2017-09-28

China s refined oil products stocks fell 1 percent in August from end-July to the lowest level since December while crude oil inventories also dropped in August, the official Xinhua OGP said on Wednesday

· Coke leads plunge in China steelmaking futures

2017-09-28

Futures prices for Chinese steelmaking raw materials plunged in early trade on Thursday, led by coke, amid bearish indicators for the fourth quarter, when winter limits on steel production are expected to hurt demand

· Coking coal, coke prices sink amid oversupply worries

2017-09-27

China s steel raw materials extended recent losses on Monday, with coking coal down more than 5 percent and coke hitting its lowest in almost two months

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