Utilities

Government urged to aid Hong Kong convention and exhibition industry

45% of industry players are in danger of closing down.

Government urged to aid Hong Kong convention and exhibition industry

45% of industry players are in danger of closing down.

How power players are reducing reliance on coal

Through a joint venture, HK Electric and CLP Power are building an offshore LNG terminal as part of plans to import LNG for the first time.

Is metallurgical coal the next big goldmine for Asian investors?

China’s industrialisation drive and India’s growth requirements are poised to stoke demand for steel.

Hong Kong's power companies to make tariff estimates every 5 years

The most recent 5% tariff reduction is subject to many variables.

HK Electric Investments to spend $4b for new gas-fired unit "L10"

The amount is scheduled to be spent within 2016-2018 and 2019-2020.

Chow Tai Fook Enterprises buys Australia's Alinta Energy

Alinta abandoned plans to list on the ASX for $4b.

CNOOC 1H16 results surpass expectations

Management can apparently improve efficiency.

Cheung Kong's revenue fell 27% to HKD31.1b

But its earnings remained impressive.

Opportunities for Hong Kong investors in Chinese gas

Traditional energy sources – oil and gas – are one of the few areas to remain relatively untouched by the global economic crisis. All over the world, demand for gas in particular is high, as key energy consumers look for supply security as well as cheaper and more environmentally friendly alternatives to coal and oil as energy sources. Considerable investments have been made in mature markets, such as the US and Australia, but opportunities are developing in a range of countries.