Sinopec to Boost Capacities of Natural Gas, Shale Gas in Green Push
Sinopec Group said it will expand its natural gas capacity, boost shale gas production and grow its electric-car-charging business over the next six years — all efforts to make its business greener.
State-owned Sinopec, China’s leading oil refiner, released on Monday a plan that will make clean-fuel production — including natural gas, biodiesel and ethanol gasoline — account for half of its total energy supplies by 2023.
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