Tagged With Sinopec
Venezuela oil industry woes hit China’s Petro-King
19 June 2014
Services provider Petro-King warned investors of a slowdown
China looks abroad to FTSI for shale technology
12 June 2014
Texas based shale specialists FTS International have formed a 15 year joint venture with Sinopec
Sinopec spends big to hit shale gas targets
4 June 2014
Figures from Bloomberg New Energy Finance reveal that the country's costs are higher than competitors
PetroChina shale caution tempers Beijing's ambitions
1 April 2014
China's efforts to tap into its potentially huge shale gas reserves are being hampered by state-run PetroChina's reluctance to prioritise shale development in favour of what it believes are brighter prospects in its conventional and tight gas projects
China's oil companies tightening their belts
21 February 2014
The growth-at-all-costs approach has hindered the country's financial performance
Discoveries point to progress in China’s gas search
13 February 2014
PetroChina and Sinopec have reported a pair of major natural gas discoveries within days of each other in a sign that Beijing’s efforts to boost domestic production are paying off
Opportunity still knocks for China's vast shale
14 January 2014
The country's unconventional gas sector has struggled to live up to its promise. But its resource is too big to be left in the ground indefinitely
Sinopec accelerates Chinese shale volumes
3 December 2013
China’s Sinopec has more than doubled it shale-gas production target for 2015 following exploration success at the Fuling Block in Chongqing
Sinopec doubles shale production target for 2015
2 December 2013
China’s Sinopec has more than doubled it shale-gas production target for 2015 following exploration success at the Fuling Block in Chongqing
Chinese Big Oil under threat amid corruption scandal
4 October 2013
China's major state-owned producers have been dogged by a spate of corruption scandals, with senior officials accused of abusing their positions and encouraging anti-competitive practices. Will new president Xi Jinping curb the might of the country's big three?
Sinopec strikes $3.1bn Egypt deal with Apache
30 August 2013
The deal comes amid political upheaval in the country
China's oil companies see profits and output rise on price reforms
29 August 2013
China's economy might have wobbled during the first half of the year, but the country's big three national oil companies have thrived, seeing their profits and output rise on the back of domestic fuel price reforms, as well as a series of acquisitions abroad
The rise and rise of Chinese oil companies
23 August 2013
Chinese NOCs are getting more sophisticated both at home and overseas
Sinopec deal boosts Mississippi Lime shale play
28 February 2013
The Chinese state-run company makes a $1.02 billion deal with Chesapeake Energy in the southern US
China sweetens shale-gas regime in bid to boost investment
7 November 2012
China is to introduce financial incentives for shale-gas developers in a bid to encourage investment in the nation’s unconventional sector
JPMorgan fires up APLNG stake sale
2 October 2012
Investment bank JPMorgan is reported to have started contacting prospective bidders for stakes on offer in the Australia Pacific Liquefied Natural Gas project (APLNG)
Merger mania goes midstream in oil and gas sector
13 September 2012
After a flurry of major M&A deals in the upstream segment last year, cash-rich companies are making moves a little further up the value chain
Chinese oil is back
25 July 2012
Firms seize opportunities to continue their global investment drive during the global downturn, writes Damon Evans
North Sea deal gives CNOOC a supporting role in global oil trade
25 July 2012
Chinese pair stake claim on almost 10% of UK production
A two-track energy business
18 May 2012
There’s a growing divide between big firms and smaller players in the oil and gas sector, and nowhere is that gap more evident than in access to finance
China readies second shale licensing round
24 April 2012
China will offer at least 20 shale-gas blocks as part of its much anticipated second licensing round, which is now expected to take place by this August. But lofty production targets seem short-sighted
Suitors defend blackball bid for China Gas
3 April 2012
Chinese gas distributor ENN Energy and state-run oil company Sinopec are defending their joint takeover bid for China Gas as they seek to expand their grip on the domestic market
US shale drillers laughing to the bank
6 January 2012
Two huge deals, amounting to over $5 billion, show the US shale-gas revolution is not over yet
China’s trek to shale-gas success
14 December 2011
PetroChina’s recent Sichuan basin discovery sparked hopes the Chinese shale-gas sector could soon rival that in the US. But the unconventional revolution is some way off
Sinopec bids for Canada’s Daylight
13 October 2011
China plays the long game in its quest for overseas oil and gas assets, and experience
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