Mirroring the expansion of the shale gas industry elsewhere, China is experiencing a boom in shale gas production.
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The future does not look good for coal miners as increasing government regulations, environmental concerns and public opinion in favor of energy alternatives threaten the resource's market share.
Businessweek reported that Russian leader Vladimir Putin is looking to sign a deal to supply pipeline gas to China for the next 30 years. The deal would take place next month, and has become more likely in light of the recent Ukraine crisis, according to the publication.
Proximity to China, once an asset for SouthGobi Resources, has become a disadvantage now that the country is curbing its use of the fuel.
Mining Weekly reported that Yancoal Australia Ltd.'s (ASX:YAL) share price dropped over 15 percent after Yanzhou Coal Mining Company Ltd. (NYSE:YZC), its parent company, decided against privatizing it.
Move over, uranium. China is fast-tracking development of thorium-fueled nuclear power plants.
Celsius Coal Ltd. (ASX:CLA) announced that it has signed a non-binding memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Xinjiang Bayi Iron and Steel Group and China Minmetals Group, both of which are potential offtake customers.
To help investors understand what is going on in the uranium market, Uranium Investing News spoke with Marin Katusa, Chief Energy Investment Strategist for Casey Research.
Paladin Energy Ltd (TSX:PDN, ASX:PDN) signed an agreement on 18 January 2014 to sell a 25% joint-venture equity stake in its flagship Langer Heinrich uranium mining operation in Namibia to China Uranium Corporation Limited.
2013 brought more than a few solar energy company closures, but that isn't necessarily a bad thing.