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Charlie Zhu

Hanergy shares plunge nearly 50 percent in less than 30 minutes, trade halted

May 20 2015

HONG KONG China's Hanergy Thin Film Power Group lost nearly half its market value in 24 minutes on Wednesday, prompting trade in the stock to be suspended and leaving analysts just as puzzled about the brutal decline as they have been about a long run-up in its shares.

Chinese wind earnings under pressure with fifth of farms idle

May 17 2015

SHANGHAI/HONG KONG China's wind farm firms are feeling the heat as state grid operators deliberately delay hooking them up and cut back on purchases, wasting about a fifth of the total wind power output or enough electricity to run Beijing for 40 days.

Chinese wind earnings under pressure with fifth of farms idle

May 17 2015

SHANGHAI/HONG KONG, May 18 China's wind farm firms are feeling the heat as state grid operators deliberately delay hooking them up and cut back on purchases, wasting about a fifth of the total wind power output or enough electricity to run Beijing for 40 days.

China solar expansion needs billions from wary investors

Apr 30 2015

HONG KONG/SHANGHAI Chinese solar companies, some already heavily indebted, will need to raise many billions of dollars this year to fund a big expansion in capacity, a major test of investor confidence in a sector hit hard by the global financial crisis.

China solar expansion needs billions from wary investors

Apr 29 2015

HONG KONG/SHANGHAI Chinese solar companies, some already heavily indebted, will need to raise many billions of dollars this year to fund a big expansion in capacity, a major test of investor confidence in a sector hit hard by the global financial crisis.

China solar expansion needs billions from wary investors

Apr 29 2015

HONG KONG/SHANGHAI Chinese solar companies, some already heavily indebted, will need to raise many billions of dollars this year to fund a big expansion in capacity, a major test of investor confidence in a sector hit hard by the global financial crisis.

Thin-film solar technology under scrutiny as China's Hanergy soars

Apr 18 2015

HONG KONG, April 19 The green energy potential of thin-film solar panels has propelled Li Hejun to the top of China's rich-list, but his Hanergy Holdings has yet to prove it can turn impressive laboratory research into commercially successful products.

More Iran oil post-sanctions, aimed at Asia, may hurt Iraq

Mar 31 2015

DUBAI/NEW DELHI/HONG KONG A possible surge in Iranian oil exports from an end to sanctions will reboot a struggle between top Middle East producers for Asian buyers, with Iraq looking the most vulnerable.

More Iran oil post-sanctions, aimed at Asia, may hurt Iraq

Mar 31 2015

DUBAI/NEW DELHI/HONG KONG A possible surge in Iranian oil exports from an end to sanctions will reboot a struggle between top Middle East producers for Asian buyers, with Iraq looking the most vulnerable.

Hit by oil slump, PetroChina eyes spending cuts and divestments

Mar 26 2015

HONG KONG PetroChina, Asia's largest oil and gas producer, on Thursday vowed to further slash spending and divest more assets this year after posting a worse-than-expected 67 percent earnings slide for the fourth quarter.

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