China National Offshore Oil Corp

Latest articles

18h
dna
Philippines says China agrees on no new expansion in South China Seagas firm PXP Energy Corp, said this month any joint venture would likely be wit
dna / Posted 18 hours ago
gas firm PXP Energy Corp, said this month any joint venture would likely be with "a company like CNOOC", referring to the China National Offshore Oil Corp Officials from the foreign and energy ministries have said privately any deal would likely... Read more
19 related articles
8d
Calgary Sun
Oilsands pilot project won't be restarted1,000 barrels per day and will gradually ramp up to capacity of 20,000 bpd by t
Calgary Sun / Posted 8 days ago
1,000 barrels per day and will gradually ramp up to capacity of 20,000 bpd by the second half of 2018. The projects are 25 per cent owned by Nexen Energy, a subsidiary of China National Offshore Oil Corp. or CNOOC.As Advertised in the Calg... Read more
8d
CTV News
Oilsands pilot project closed due to 2016 wildfire won't be restarted: Japexproject is producing about 1,000 barrels per day and will gradually ramp up to
CTV News / Posted 8 days ago
project is producing about 1,000 barrels per day and will gradually ramp up to capacity of 20,000 bpd by the second half of 2018. The projects are 25 per cent owned by Nexen Energy, a subsidiary of China National Offshore Oil Cor... Read more
11d
Pilipino Star
MVP: Oil, gas exploration in SCS could resume soonoffshore oil and gas fields, including Recto Bank, within its 200-mile exclusiv
Pilipino Star / Posted 11 days ago
offshore oil and gas fields, including Recto Bank, within its 200-mile exclusive economic zone. PXP had been talking with China National Offshore Oil Corp. about a joint exploration and development of the Recto Bank during the Aquino... Read more
2 related articles
12d
Manila Standard Today
Philex wants to clarify Recto joint explorationsaid the Philippines should give assurance PXP could pursue exploratory drillin
Manila Standard Today / Posted 12 days ago
said the Philippines should give assurance PXP could pursue exploratory drilling. Pangilinan was previously in talks with China National Offshore Oil Corp., China’s state-owned company, in the hopes of diffusing tensions with China over the West... Read more
2 related articles
12d
Reuters
Global refiners brace themselves as China cements its oil market dominanceand the parent of Unipec. This year, PetroChina Ltd will start a 260,000 bpd r
Reuters / Posted 12 days ago
and the parent of Unipec. This year, PetroChina Ltd will start a 260,000 bpd refinery in Yunnan in southern China while China National Offshore Oil Corp will start up a 200,000 bpd expansion at its existing Huizhou plant in Guangdong province.... Read more
13d
Reuters
Philippine PXP Energy eager to resume South China Sea drillingoil and gas fields, including the Reed Bank, within its 200 mile Exclusive Econ
Reuters / Posted 13 days ago
oil and gas fields, including the Reed Bank, within its 200 mile Exclusive Economic Zone. PXP had been talking with China National Offshore Oil Corp (CNOOC) about joint exploration and development of the Reed Bank during the administration... Read more
2 related articles
22d
Inquirier.net
Events before PH-China joint exploration prospectto the joint marine seismic undertaking (JMSU) started in 2003 among Philippine
Inquirier.net / Posted 22 days ago
to the joint marine seismic undertaking (JMSU) started in 2003 among Philippine National Oil Co. Exploration Corp., China National Offshore Oil Corp. and PetroVietnam on Recto Bank, a large table mount in the South China Sea internationally... Read more
27d
The Manila Times
Del Rosario anti-China ‘think tank’ allied with US lobby group, and backed by Philex Salim/MVPthey would not hesitate to use force to assert its sovereignty in the area. Phi
The Manila Times / Posted 27 days ago
they would not hesitate to use force to assert its sovereignty in the area. Philex’s efforts to have a joint venture with China National Offshore Oil Corp., however, fell through. Those negotiations in early 2012 were undertaken by Pangilinan... Read more

In this news