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2016-08-26 18:35:00

CNOOC NET LOSS ¥7.74 BLN

CNOOC NET LOSS ¥7.74 BLN

According to OGJ, China National Offshore Oil Corp. Ltd. posted a net loss of ¥7.74 billion for the first 6 months of 2016 against a profit of ¥14.73 billion a year earlier.

The company's average realized oil price was $37.70/bbl, a decline of 34.5% from a year earlier. The natural gas price dropped by 16.2% to $5.49/Mcf.

CNOOC's net oil and gas production worldwide in the first 6 months of 2016 reached 241.5 million boe, a 0.6% increase from a year earlier. Liquids production was up 1%, but natural gas was down 2%.

Domestic net production was 160.1 million boe, a 2.4% increase, and benefitted from production from two new projects in the western South China Sea and Bohai. Two others planned for 2016 are mechanically complete with expected startups by yearend.

Net production outside China decreased 2.9% to 81.5 million boe due to shutdown of the Long Lake oil sands project in Alberta.

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Earlier: 

CHINA'S OIL PRODUCTION DOWN 

CHINA INCREASES EFFICIENCY 

CNOOC DOWN 30% 

CNOOC & SHELL INVESTMENT 

CHINA INCREASED BY 50%

 

 

 

Tags: CNOOC, CHINA, OIL, PRICES

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