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2020, January, 17, 11:30:00CHINA'S OIL THROUGHPUT UP 13.6%
China Dec crude oil throughput up 13.6% y/y at 58.51 million tonnes
2020, January, 15, 12:35:00CHINA'S OIL IMPORTS UP BY 9.5%
Last year, China imported a record 506 million tonnes of crude oil, 9.5% above 2018’s level, according to data from the General Administration of Customs.
2020, January, 13, 15:30:00CHINA'S CNOOC INVESTMENT $13 BLN
The increase in spending to between 85 billion and 95 billion yuan ($12.34 billion to $13.79 billion) compares with 2019 capital expenditure estimated at 80.2 billion yuan, slightly more than previous expectations.
2020, January, 10, 11:15:00CHINA'S NUCLEAR PROJECT
China Energy Engineering Corporation (CEEC) and China National Nuclear Corporation (CNNC) have entered into a strategic cooperation framework agreement, CEEC has told the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. The document was signed in Beijing on 7 January by Wu Yun, deputy general manager of CEEC, and Li Qingtang, deputy general manager of CNNC.
2020, January, 6, 10:54:00CHINA'S LNG DEMAND UPDOWN
China's LNG growth rate has almost halved to 27pc for 2018-19 and the signs are that growth is continuing to decelerate.
2019, December, 13, 10:45:00CHINA'S GAS CONSUMPTION UP TO 320 BCM
Gas consumption this year is seen exceeding 300 bcm, up 9% from 2018, Jiang Xuefeng, vice chairman at CNPC’s Economics and Technology Research Institute (ETRI), said at a briefing in Beijing on Thursday.
2019, December, 9, 13:25:00THE NEW CHINA'S PIPELINE COMPANY
China on Monday set up a new centrally-administered state-owned enterprise (SOE), the China Oil & Gas Piping Network Corporation.
2019, December, 9, 13:20:00CHINA'S OIL IMPORTS 11.13 MBD
China imported 45.74 million tonnes of crude, equivalent to 11.13 million barrels per day (bpd),
2019, December, 9, 13:15:00CHINA'S COAL IMPORTS UP 10%
In November, China imported 20.78 million mt of coal, up 8.5% year on year, the GAC data showed.
2019, December, 4, 12:30:00RUSSIA - CHINA GAS PIPELINE
Russia has begun gas supplies to China via the Power of Siberia pipeline, the largest gas project in its history and a symbol of Moscow’s diplomatic pivot towards Beijing at a time of worsening relations with the west.