Controlling factors in the future development of the Chinese coal industry.
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Controlling factors in the future development of the Chinese coal industry.

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Published by King"s Crown Press in New York .
Written in English


  • Coal mines and mining -- China.,
  • Coal trade -- China.

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The Physical Object
Pagination231 p.
Number of Pages231
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14182585M
LC Control Number47004759

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wang, K.P. (Kung-ping), Controlling factors in the future development of the Chinese coal industry.   1. Introduction. China is the world's largest consumer of both total primary energy and energy from coal and is also the world's largest emitter of carbon dioxide (CO 2).Coal accounted for 66% of China's total primary energy consumption in (National Bureau of Statistics of China, ), is expected to account for 50% of the total primary energy consumption by (), and will continue to Cited by: China is facing the problem of decline in coal demand in recent years. Traditional coal production has suffered from excess capacity and higher inventory in China since The development of coal industry in China will change to rely more on quality and efficiency, developing scientific capacity, and achieving clean by: Power industry is the main factor for coal demand growth As restricted by energy resource structure and distribution, the power development in China relies on coal power for a long time; power industry becomes the main factor driving growth of coal consumption.

anticipating the future development of the Chinese coal industry -- (1) coal policy (11th Five-year Plan), (2) coal supply and demand projections and (3) coal transportation infrastructure. 1. China's Coal Policy Based on the three principles -- stable economic development, promotion of .   1. Introduction. With the energy resource structure of “rich coal, less gas, lack of oil” in China (Xie et al., ), coal occupies the dominant position in terms of China’s energy demand and consumption (Yang et al., ), and this position will not substantially change in the coming decades (Wang et al., , Fan and Xia, ).As energy-savings, emission-reductions and sustainable. China coal chemical industry based on energy scenarios where crude oil prices trend well below $/bbl. In May , IHS Chemical published a comprehensive China Coal Chemical Industry Analysis report. Since that report was published, there have been many new developments and significant progress in the China coal chemical industry. Ch. IV—Factors Affecting Coal Product/on and Use INDUSTRY PROFILE Coal is mined by companies ranging from major corporations to one-family operations. The future of the coal industry depends in large part on how these companies react to changing conditions. This section describes these companies and how they market their coal.

The use and production of coal is on the decline, pressured by cheap natural gas and policies to promote cleaner sources of energy. In a recent article in The Regional Economist, Regional Economist Charles Gascon and Senior Research Associate Jonas Crews took a deeper look at the future of coal production as a source for both electricity and jobs in the U.S.   China has enough coal-fired power plants in the pipeline to match the entire capacity of the European Union, driving the expansion in global coal . China is the largest producer and consumer of coal in the world and is the largest user of coal-derived electricity. The share of coal in the energy mix declined during the s, falling from 80% in to % in Overall electricity consumption continued to rise in the s, and new coal-fired power plants were constructed to help meet demand. China’s research and development of coal entrained-bed gasification technology, as well as engineering demonstration, long-term and efficient operation, and further large-scale projects, strongly supported the development of modern coal chemical industry. China possesses the largest coal-slurry gasifier in the world, and coal gasification.