PetroChina's Daqing refinery begins processing first Russian crude oil 2020/09/23 00:00:00 Investing.com
PetroChina's Daqing refinery begins processing first Russian crude oil
Venezuela's largest supertanker will now sail under Russian flag 2020/09/21 13:03:00 Pravda Report
The largest supertanker owned by Venezuela will sail under the Russian flag. This precedent follows from the Equasis database of marine vessels: out of more than 800 vessels that have ever flown the Venezuelan flag, there are merely occasional examples of their transition to another jurisdiction - Liberia or Panama.The VLCC (Very Large Crude Carrier) tanker with a deadweight of 320,800 tons, formerly called Ayacucho (one of the Venezuelan cities is called Puerto Ayacucho), changed her name to Maxim Gorky in May 2020. According to Equasis, she was re-registered in the Russian register in June and sails under the Russian flag ever since. According to the Russian International Register of Vessels (RMRS), the supertanker was registered in Russia on May 27, 2020.In 2013, Venezuela's state oil company Petroleos de Venezuela (PDVSA) held a solemn ceremony to accept the new supertanker Ayacucho from the Chinese shipyard Bohai Shipbuilding. This vessel can hold 2 million barrels of oil. It is almost as big as an aircraft carrier.The Ayacucho and three other supertankers were on the balance sheet of a Singaporean joint venture CV Shipping, owned by Venezuelan state-owned PDVSA and Chinese state-owned PetroChina.
PetroChina's Daqing Refinery Expands Capacity to 200,000 Bpd 2020/09/04 11:03:41 New York Times
PetroChina's Daqing refinery has expanded its crude oil processing capacity to 10 million tonnes per annum, or 200,000 barrels per day, from 6.5 million, after completing a two-year upgrade.
China’s Oil Giants Announce Net-Zero Ambitions | OilPrice.com 2020/09/03 15:30:00 OilPrice com
China’s largest state-held oil firms have recently announced plans to reduce emissions, with the biggest oil and gas producer PetroChina even pledging net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050
Ovintiv ends Duvernay JV with PetroChina (NYSE:OVV) 2020/09/02 13:17:30 Seeking Alpha
Ovintiv (NYSE:OVV) says it is ending its nearly eight-year joint venture with PetroChina (NYSE:PTR) in the Duvernay shale region in Alberta. The companies
PetroChina posts $4.4 bln H1 loss, pledges near-zero emissions by 2050 2020/08/27 13:48:27 Reuters
PetroChina Co <601857.SS> <0857.HK> pledged on Thursday to cut emissions to near zero by 2050, as it reported a plunge to a first-half net loss of 29.98 billion yuan ($4.36 billion) on lower oil prices and a hit to demand from the COVID-19 crisis.
PetroChina posts $4.4 billion first-half loss, pledges near-zero emissions by 2050 2020/08/27 12:05:04 Reuters
PetroChina Co <601857.SS> <0857.HK> pledged on Thursday to cut emissions to near zero by 2050, as it reported a swing into a net loss of 29.98 billion yuan ($4.36 billion) in the first half on lower oil prices and a demand hit from the COVID-19 crisis.
PetroChina Swung to First-Half Net Loss on Covid-19 Impact | MarketScreener 2020/08/27 09:31:02 MarketScreener
By Martin Mou PetroChina Co. said Thursday that it swung to a net loss in the first half, citing unprecedented shocks and challenges from an oil-price collapse and demand slump amid the… | August 27, 2020
PetroChina : Production and Operation Remained Stable in the First Half of 2020 | MarketScreener 2020/08/27 09:03:11 MarketScreener
PetroChina Company Limited announced today that in the first half of 2020, the outbreak of COVID-19 led to a severe contraction of demand for oil, gas and chemical products, and a plunge in… | August 27, 2020
PetroChina : RENEWAL OF CONTINUING CONNECTED TRANSACTIONS WITH CNPC IN RESPECT OF 2021 TO 2023 RENEWAL OF CONTINUING CONNECTED TRANSACTIONS WITH BEIJING GAS IN RESPECT OF 2021 TO 2023 | MarketScreener 2020/08/27 09:03:11 MarketScreener
Hong Kong Exchange and Clearing Limited and The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited take no responsibility for the contents of this announcement, make no representation as to its… | August 27, 2020
Indian Oil inches closer to winning first Mauritius fuels export deal 2020/08/20 02:07:00 Business Today
India's Mangalore Refinery and Petrochemicals Ltd supplied Mauritius' full requirement for fuel for 12 years to 2018/19. In 2019/20 refined fuels were supplied by Petrochina and Vitol
FACTBOX-PipeChina's crude oil pipelines 2020/08/13 07:43:43 Reuters India
China's newly formed PipeChina is expected to receive a portion of midstream oil and gas infrastructure from PetroChina and Sinopec by the end of September as part of a $56 billion asset-transfer deal. The restructuring of the assets owned by the energy giants is seen as a a milestone in China's energy sector reform, which is aimed at regulating midstream transmission and introducing more competition in upstream energy exploration and downstream distribution. For gas infrastructure that will go to PipeChina, known formally as China Oil and Gas Pipeline Network, click Here is a list of crude oil pipelines owned by PetroChina, which operates nearly 70% of China's crude oil transmission lines, and Sinopec, that are expected to be transferred to PipeChina. It is not clear if China National Offshore Oil Corp (CNOOC), which will hold a 2.9% stake in PipeChina, is going to transfer any oil assets. Refined oil pipelines and oil storage facilities are not included in this factbox. PetroChina and Sinopec only announced the subsidiaries under asset transfer.
PetroChina : (1) MAJOR TRANSACTION DISPOSAL AND EXTERNAL INVESTMENT CONCERNING THE PIPELINE BUSINESS AND ASSETS (2) PROPOSED ELECTION AND APPOINTMENT OF DIRECTOR AND (3) NOTICE OF THE SECOND EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL MEETING OF 2020 | MarketScreener 2020/08/12 08:58:05 MarketScreener
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FACTBOX-PipeChina's natural gas pipelines, storage facilities 2020/08/10 02:15:02 Reuters Africa
China's newly established pipeline operator, PipeChina, is expected to start official operations in late September after taking over a trunk of midstream energy assets from national oil companies valued at $56 billion. PipeChina is expected to help reduce and deregulate natural gas prices and increase connectivity within China's gas pipeline network amid Beijing's push to improve gas consumption. According to the spin-off plans revealed last month, PipeChina, known formally as China Oil and Gas Pipeline Network, will take over a bulk of trunk oil and gas transmission pipelines, as well as a portion of gas storage facilities and liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals from PetroChina and Sinopec. Here is a breakdown of some trunk natural gas pipelines, gas storages and LNG terminals that are scheduled to transfer to PipeChina from the national oil companies. Oil infrastructures are not included in this factbox. Information is gathered from official websites of PetroChina, Sinopec and CNOOC, and stock exchange filings.