Tagged With Sinopec
Sinopec: China’s “huge” shale-gas potential
25 November 2010
NOC finds six new shales to explore; China could face 5bn cm/y gas shortfall by 2015
Repsol placates shareholders with $7.1bn Sinopec deal in Brazil
28 October 2010
REPSOL's decision to sell 40% of its Santos basin oil assets to Sinopec is an attempt to ease tensions with Sacyr, its largest shareholder, as it plots heavy spending to develop pre-salt prospects
Saudi Arabia targets Asian oil buyers
4 May 2010
SAUDI Aramco has cut term prices for its crudes to Asian buyers to protect its share of the Asian market. Aramco is determined to remain competitive with other big sellers, such as Brazil and Venezuela, as they target the world's fastest-growing consumption centre
Nigeria: Shell has had enough
26 January 2010
Shell, the company most affected by the years of violence in the Niger delta and the other difficulties of working in Nigeria, has finally had enough
China nurtures Mideast oil relations
1 December 2009
Chinese national oil companies are developing upstream and downstream relationships across the Middle East, as the country endeavours to secure steady oil supplies, writes Digby Lidstone
China's unswerving appetite for energy
3 August 2009
SOME NATIONAL oil companies (NOCs) might have lost influence since last year's oil-price collapse. Not China's, which are in the midst of a global expansion.
Iran: Battling against the odds
1 September 2008
Iran's oil sector is producing at its highest rate since the revolution. But that does not mean things are healthy – the country's energy industry still faces a welter of problems, writes Derek Brower
Venturing into deeper waters
1 July 2008
Already heavily dependent on imports, China is pulling out all the stops to maximise production from its dwindling domestic oil and gas reserves, writes Ian Lewis
Easing off the gas
1 December 2006
Where will China find the energy supplies it needs to keep growing? Derek Brower looks at the options
China eyes the oil sands
1 February 2005
Sinopec or PetroChina, or both, are on the brink of striking deals to secure a large chunk of Alberta's oil-sands production to help satisfy China's growing obsession with energy security, Canadian industry and government leaders predict. WJ Simpson reports