[Dec. 4, 2013] The number of deaths in the Nov 22 oil pipeline explosion in Qingdao city in China ’ s Shandong province have climbed to 62, rescuers said Tuesday.
[Dec. 3, 2013] The Myanmar-China natural gas pipeline has begun supplying daily two million cubic feet of natural gas to the Kyaukse industrial zone through sub-power departments in Mandalay, central Myanmar, as of November 24, according to Southeast Asia Gas Pipeline Co Ltd.
[Nov. 29, 2013] China Petroleum & Chemical Corp. (386) warned authorities in China two years ago that urbanization was hampering repair work on a crude oil pipeline in the eastern city of Qingdao. A blast last week at the pipe killed 55 people.
[Nov. 28, 2013] Three people were injured and an oil pipe was ruptured Tuesday night after an accident at a highway construction site in southwest China ’ s Guizhou Province, rescuers said Wednesday.
[Nov. 28, 2013] An oil pipeline section in Qingdao, east China ’ s Shandong Province, has been permanently taken out of service following the deadly oil-fueled explosions in the coastal city Friday.
[Nov. 28, 2013] China is expected to overtake the United States to become the world ’ s largest oil importer in the 2020s as emerging economies, instead of developed ones, will claim most of the world ’ s energy supplies, a report says.
[Nov. 28, 2013] About 8,000 people were stranded at Kunming Railway station as of 5 p.m. after a gasoline leak near the Kunming-Shanghai railway line was found on Wednesday, the Kunming Railway Bureau said.
[Nov. 27, 2013] Three people were injured and an oil pipe was broken Tuesday night after an accident at a highway construction site in southwest China’s Guizhou Province, rescuers said on Wednesday.Around 10 p.m. Tuesday, a construction tower collapsed at a section of th
[Nov. 27, 2013] Nine people have been put in police custody after oil pipeline leakage and blasts killed 55 people in east China’s coastal city of Qingdao, police said Tuesday.Seven of them are from Sinopec, the country’s largest oil refinery which owns the pipeline, and
[Nov. 26, 2013] The number of casualties from last Friday ’ ’ s explosion of a pipeline in China grew to 52, after finding four corpses, while 11 people still remain missing, according to official sources.