Analysts see slight drop in China coal consumption for 2018 « Carbon Pulse

Analysts see slight drop in China coal consumption for 2018

Published 11:27 on February 6, 2018  /  Last updated at 11:38 on February 6, 2018  /  China  /  No Comments

Chinese coal consumption is likely to drop by around 2% this year, reversing the growth in 2017 that saw energy-related CO2 emissions increase in the world’s biggest-emitting nation for the first time in three years, analysts said Tuesday.

Chinese coal consumption is likely to drop by around 2% this year, reversing the growth in 2017 that saw energy-related CO2 emissions increase in the world’s biggest-emitting nation for the first time in three years, analysts said Tuesday.

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