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Chinese Aluminium Firms Ordered To Cut Carbon Dioxide Output By 18 Percent By 2025

Chinese Aluminium Firms Ordered To Cut Carbon Dioxide Output By 18 Percent By 2025

Last week the Chinese government tasked state-owned enterprises to cut their energy consumption per CN¥10,000 (US$1,570) by 15 percent and their carbon dioxide output by 18 percent by 2025. The move is part of a wider push to drive energy-intensive industries including...

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Yunnan Regulators Order Further Aluminium Output Cuts As Winter Approaches

Regulators in Yunnan province have warned aluminium producers powered by hydropower sources to keep average monthly outputs at August levels for the remainder of the year. A document from the Yunnan Development and Reform Commission obtained by Reuters ordered the cuts, which come on top of 1 million metric tons per annum of capacity that […]

Chalco Shutters Production At Shandong Huayu Aluminium Smelter

Blaming the rising cost of electricity in the province, Aluminum Corp of China (Chalco) announced on Wednesday that it is ending aluminium production at its smelter in Shandong. Chalco said in a statement issued to the Shanghai and Hong Kong stock exchanges that it is implementing “flexible production” at the Shandong Huayu smelter due to […]

Chinese Aluminium Smelters Announce Additional 800 Thousand TPA In Production Cuts

Recognizing the damage excess capacity continues to wreak upon the country’s aluminium market, the People’s Republic of China’s top smelters agreed on Friday to ax a minimum of 800 thousand metric tons per annum of smelting capacity in the next several months. An official from the meeting’s host, the China Nonferrous Metals Industry Association (CNIA), […]