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China Shenhua and partners bid for Mongolian coal project
China Shenhua Energy Co Ltd will be part of a consortium bidding to develop the giant Mongolian coal project Tavan Tolgoi, the Chinese coal producer said on Thursday.

Coal chemical makes for environmental protection economy
Inner Mongolia abounds in coal resources. There are more than 100 patented technologies in coal processing and utilization. Using coal to produce oil, olefin, methane, ethylene glycol and dimethyl ether are major projects in the autonomous region.

China to attract more social fund in energy sectors
China aims to lower the market threshold and absorb more social capital for state grid, pipelines, clean energy and mineral resources projects, the country's top economic planner announced Thursday.

Coal producers try to boost prices for 2015 contracts
Chinese coal miners are raising spot prices in a domestic market struggling to recover from seven-year lows, desperate for an edge in annual negotiations to supply power plants, key buyers in the world's biggest consumer of coal, industry sources say.

Today's headlines

· Investment 'welcome' in oil and gas

· Chile eyes Chinese investment

· Diatomite is this man's best friend

· 24 killed in State-owned coal mine fire in NE China

Int'l Highlights

· India shows link between crude oil and gold: Russell

· Argentina natural gas imports rose, crude fell in October: government

· Finnish energy giant to invest in major nuclear power project

· Russia lowers 2015 oil price forecast

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