Energy Industry

Global stocks rise after China reports stronger exports

Apr 12, 2019

Global stocks rise after China reported March exports rebounded from a contraction

Afghan official: coal mine blast, collapse kills 6 miners

Apr 9, 2019

Afghan official says at least six coal miners have been killed when an explosion in a coal mine caused two separate tunnels to collapse

Asian stocks follow Wall Street higher on upbeat data

Apr 2, 2019

Asian stocks follow Wall Street higher on encouraging global economic data

Sri Lanka imposes daily 4-hour power cuts due to dry weather

Mar 25, 2019

Sri Lanka's state-run power agency says it will cut electricity for four hours on weekdays as dry weather lowers the output of hydropower plants

Sri Lanka begins work on $3.9B refinery near China-run port

Mar 24, 2019

Work has begun on a $3.9 billion oil refinery to be funded by a Singapore-Oman joint venture next to a Chinese-run port in what will be Sri Lanka's largest foreign investment ever

Sri Lanka tests artificial rains to avoid power cuts

Mar 22, 2019

A spokesman says Sri Lanka has successfully conducted a test on artificial rains in the tea-growing mountain region where hydroelectric power is generated, in a bid to avoid possible power cuts during the dry season

Italian move to join China's Belt and Road coup for Beijing

Mar 22, 2019

Despite criticisms, Beijing has been steadily racking up adherents to its Belt and Road initiative of building a vast network of ports, bridges and power plants linking China to Europe and beyond

Sri Lanka to get $3.9B oil refinery next to Chinese-run port

Mar 19, 2019

Officials in Sri Lanka say a Singapore-based company and the government of Oman have pledged to build a $3.9 billion oil refinery next to a Chinese-controlled port that will be the largest foreign investment ever for the Indian Ocean island nation

Head of Chinese energy agency expelled from Communist Party

Mar 16, 2019

The head of China's energy planning agency has been expelled from the country's ruling Communist Party and dismissed from his posts

At least 12 missing after 2 boat collisions off China

Mar 12, 2019

At least 12 people are missing after two collisions between ships and fishing boats off the southeast coast of China

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