In January, just two months after Xi Jinping and Barack Obama jointly pledged to limit carbon...
by Liu Yong | Jul 24, 2008
Written by Dan Blumenthal, a resident fellow in Asian studies at the American Enterprise Institute, from AEI Online: The tremendous increase in China’s appetite for energy, and the response to this by regional powers, is...
by Sophie Beach | Feb 5, 2006
From the AP, via the Houston Chronicle: Just days before a Chinese firm announced a $2.3 billion investment in a Nigerian oil field last month, President Hu Jintao warned that China has to rein in surging energy use that has made it one of the world’s biggest oil importers. The announcements underlined the dual tracks […]
by Xiao Qiang | Jan 13, 2006
From UPI: A big part of China`s efforts to put its affairs in order before lunar new year celebrations is focused on energy security issues with other developing nations. Two events Thursday illustrated Beijing`s ambitions: collaboration with Africa and managing a potential rivalry with India on securing energy resources. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued […]
by Sophie Beach | Sep 23, 2005
From the Lawrence Berkeley Lab: After the United States, no nation has more potential to influence the world’s economy and environment than China, whose gross domestic product (GDP) quadrupled between 1980 and 2000, and whose economy is the world’s second largest consumer of oil. As it continues to grow, China is projected to increase oil […]
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