Amid a widening probe into the oil industry, officers of PetroChina have had their passports...
by Sophie Beach | Sep 8, 2013
Wu Bing, a Sichuan-based tycoon linked to the oil industry and embattled former security chief...
by Cindy | Sep 3, 2013
Following recent anti-corruption investigations into former China National Petroleum Corporation...
by cdtstaff | Apr 2, 2011
At a conference in Singapore, PetroChina analysts said China’s crude oil demand will increase in the future by 14%. From Bloomberg News: China’s crude oil consumption will rise 14 percent by 2015 compared with last year as...
by Sophie Beach | Mar 14, 2010
The Financial Times reports on a slew of new deals which have Western oil companies cooperating with Chinese partners on various projects around the globe: Royal Dutch Shell has teamed up with PetroChina for a joint bid for...
by cschultz | Dec 6, 2009
Government-owned Sinopec has agreed to buy two million tonnes of natural gas annually from Papua New Guinea to feed its growing economy: Earlier this year another big Chinese energy company, PetroChina Limited, secured a similar...
by Xiao Qiang | May 10, 2008
Brian Ellsworth reports for Reuters from Caracas: Venezuela and China have agreed to build a refinery in China to process Venezuelan oil, advancing leftist President Hugo Chavez’s push to boost ties between the OPEC nation...
by Morgan Figuers | Apr 20, 2008
The Chinese government tries to abate the continuing fuel shortages by ordering its two major oil firms to increase their oil storage. From Reuters: China will from May 1 require wholesalers of refined oil products to maintain...
by Kate Zhao | Mar 17, 2008
Private Chinese companies have been investing abroad for a while, but now even state-owned companies are making their mark outside of the Mainland. From the Financial Times : When the Aluminium Corporation of China acquired a 9...
by Liu Yong | Mar 16, 2008
From The Independent: The European Parliament has disinvested in a firm accused of being one of the chief bankrollers of the Sudanese regime’s military campaign in Darfur after pressure from MEPs and human rights...
by Sophie Beach | Feb 2, 2008
From the Financial Times: When PetroChina listed its shares in Shanghai last November, the headline around the world was that PetroChina had a market capitalisation of more than $1,000bn – making it the planet’s most valuable...
by Kate Zhao | Nov 6, 2007
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by Liu Yong | Nov 5, 2007
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