Summary: A delegation from the Supreme Council of Energy was welcomed by Liu Qi, Vice Chairman of the National Energy Administration (NEA) of China.
What does NEA stand for?
NEA stands for National Energy Administration (various locations)
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We have 158 other meanings of NEA in our Acronym Attic
- Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs (US Department of State)
- Nagano Employers' Association (Nagano, Japan)
- Naroff Economic Advisors
- National Economic Association
- National Editorial Association
- National Education Association
- National Electrification Administration (Philippines)
- National Employment Association
- National Endowment for the Arts
- National Energy Act of 1978
- National Enterprise Academy (UK)
- National Environment Agency (Singapore)
- National Erectors Association
- Naval Exercise Area
- Near-Earth Asteroid
- Nearly Everything Anonymous (12 Step Program for Recovery)
- Negative Electron Affinity
- Nelson and Albemarle Railway
- Nepal Electricity Authority
- Nepal Engineers' Association (est. 1962)
Samples in periodicals archive:
According to the National Energy Administration, China has 15 nuclear reactors in operation, mostly in Jiangsu, Zhejiang and Guangdong provinces.
Under MOU, which was proposed by National Energy Administration of China to establish bilateral energy cooperation mechanism, the Energy Working Group was assigned the task of carrying out cooperation in the areas including oil and gas, coal, conventional power, nuclear and renewable energy etc.
Without such action, oil prices in 2012 could be 'very high' which will "definitely undermine the healthy recovery of the global economy," he said The IEA's move will boost global crude supplies and help stabilise prices, China's National Energy Administration, the country's top energy agency, said on June 24.
19 million tonnes by the end of September as part of efforts to restructure its mining industry, the National Energy Administration (NEA) said Thursday.