I received the following paper today from Songsheng Jiang who works in the Ni-H Research Group in the China Institute of Atomic Energy, in Beijing, China.
This is the first time I have heard of this institute, but a little research indicates that the China Institute of Atomic Research seems to be a legitimate research institute and according to Wikipedia France is a research arm of the state-owned China National Nuclear Corporation.
The author, Songsheng Jiang, has provided a short profile about himself:
The author, Songsheng Jiang
Physicist, Retired professor at China Institute of Atomic Energy, China,
Research interest: Origin of rare isotopes (such as 3He) in the deep Earth and Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR), see related publications:
 Songsheng Jiang, Jing Liu and Ming He, A possible in situ 3H and 3He source in Earth’s interior: an alternative explanation of origin of 3He in deep Earth, Naturwissenschaften (2010) 97:655–662
 Songsheng Jiang,XiaomingXu,LiqunZhu,ShaogangGu,XichaoRuan, Ming He, Bujia Qi and Xing Zong Li, Neutron Burst Emissions from Uranium Deuteride and Deuterium-loaded Titanium, J. Condensed Matter Nucl. Sci. 13 (2014) 253–263.
Here’s the submitted document: