|Headquarters||Beijing, People's Republic of China|
|Area served||People's Republic of China|
|Key people||Chairman: Mr. Zhang Xiwu|
|Services||Coal production, transportation, Electricity generation|
|Subsidiaries||China Shenhua Energy Company|
Shenhua Group (Chinese: 神华集团) is a leading state-owned mining and energy company in China. It is the largest coal-producing company in the world. It was founded in October 1995 under the auspices of the State Council of the People's Republic of China.
The Shenhua Group operates Shenfu Dongsheng coalfield as well as the affiliated railway assets, power plants, port facilities, shipping fleet, and coal liquefaction projects. In addition to the coal production in China, Shenhua is also looking at coal investments in Mongolia, Indonesia and Australia.
The coal-to-liquid (CTL) plant, based in coal-rich Inner Mongolia, has started production in 2008 and visited by PRC Premier Wen. The firm constructed the first coal-to-olefin plant. On November 2, 2010 Dow Chemical Company announced plans to apply for permission to build the Yulin Integrated Project a joint venture with Shenhua to build an integrated complex of coal, power and chemicals in Yulin, Shaanxi.
The company has more than 30 subsidiaries, including:
- Shenhua Shenfu Coal Co.
- Dongsheng Coal Co.
- Shenhua Coal Trading
- Shenhua Shendong Power Co.
- Shenhua Railway Co.
- Shenhua Huanghua Port Co.
- Shenhua International Trading Co.
- Shenhua International (Hong Kong) Co.
- Shenhua Clean Coal Co.
- "Shenhua Group – Present and Future" (PDF). IEA. Retrieved 2008-03-13.
- Richard McGregor (2007-10-09). "Shenhua Group: A pivotal position in the energy industry". Financial Times. Retrieved 2008-03-13.
- "Taking another important step forward… Dow and Shenhua Submit Project Application Report for Yulin Integrated Project" (Press release). Shanghai: Dow Chemical. November 2, 2010. Retrieved March 3, 2013. "Shenhua Group has made great achievements in the field of coal to liquids and chemicals where the direct coal liquefaction plant with independent intellectual property and the first coal-to-olefin plant in the world have all been put into operation."
- Chinese coal company releasing toxic wastewater, Greenpeace says The Guardian 23 July 2013
- Greenpeace reveals Chinese state coal company's ruthless water grab July 23, 2013