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  1. Company profile- Beijing Enterprises

    Posted Jun 02nd 2008, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Beijing Enterprises Holdings' business includes provision and sales of piped natural gas, infrastructure, water supply, brewery, and technology. ...

  2. Pipeline leakage to hit CNOOC gas production

    Posted Dec 21st 2011, 12:00am

    ... night, China National Offshore Oil Corporation said it had shut down production at its Panyu 30-1 and Huizhou 21-2 gas fields, about 240 kilometres southeast of Hong Kong, after a leakage ... Eric Ng eric.mpng@scmp.com Leakage at a pipeline linked to a major gas field of CNOOC, the mainland's dominant offshore oil and gas producer, has added to the challenge of it meeting ...

  3. Toxic cloud survivors in fight to move

    Posted Feb 13th 2004, 12:00am by Ray Cheung

    ... are threatening to hold mass protests unless authorities move them to safer homes before production resumes. The natural gas well in Kai county was closed after the explosion, which released a cloud of toxic hydrogen sulfide that killed at least 243 people. The authorities have since arrested several junior officials of Chuangdong Drilling Company, under PetroChina, which operated the gas ...

  4. Probe on partial sinking of COSL supply ship

    Posted Jan 19th 2012, 12:00am

    ... Keith Wallis keith.wallis@scmp.com An investigation is under way after a 740 million yuan (HK$911 million) offshore supply ship being built for China Oilfield Services (COSL) by Wuchang Shipbuilding Industry partially sank at the weekend during trials. COSL, majority owned by China National Offshore Oil Corporation, told the Hong Kong and Shanghai stock exchanges late on Tuesday ...

  5. Tears flow for gas blast victims

    Posted Jan 04th 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... PetroChina's No16 well in the Chuandongbei gas field burst, spewing a toxic plume of poisonous gas 30 metres into the air, residents up to 5km away were forced to evacuate their homes. Villagers were ... Staff Reporter Survivors of China's worst industrial accident were overcome with grief yesterday as they held funerals for hundreds of their friends, family and neighbours. Relatives ...

  6. Gas well is too lucrative to abandon

    Posted Feb 22nd 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Money is the reason the China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) is reopening the Chuandongbei natural gas well, according to mainland energy analysts. An official from the corporation ... said the cost of exploring and developing a single natural gas well ran to several million yuan. Therefore, reopening the Chuandongbei well would be a business necessity. Another Beijing-based ...

  7. Gas firm's chief faces sack over toxic blast

    Posted Jan 13th 2004, 12:00am by Wang Xiangwei

    ... Wang Xiangwei in Beijing Leaders are under pressure to punish CNPC head for the Chongqing disaster The central government is under intense pressure to sack Ma Fucai, president of China National Petroleum Corp, over the Chongqing gas blast that killed 243 people and injured more than 10,000. Sources said yesterday he would be sacked soon. The government has also been urged ...

  8. Massive gas leak blamed for record drought in Chongqing

    Posted Aug 23rd 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... He Huifeng Chongqing's worst drought on record may have been intensified by a massive methane leak from a natural gas field outside the city owned by China National Petroleum Corp, ... methane was emitted into the air and how big an impact it had,' Professor Kuang said. He said the neighbouring province of Sichuan was a basin, making it more difficult for the gas ...

  9. Gas blast highlights lack of disaster relief plan

    Posted Dec 29th 2003, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... tragedy has been officially recognised as China's worst-ever industrial accident, but there have been many others in the past 12 months. Just last month, an explosion in Jiangxi province claimed 49 lives, and countless other incidents have been reported this year. By year's end, the number of work-related deaths in China will probably be close to last year's official ...

  10. CNOOC cuts output target by 6.7pc

    Posted Aug 25th 2011, 12:00am

    ... Eric Ng eric.mpng@scmp.com CNOOC, China's dominant offshore oil and gas producer, cut its output target for this year by 6.7 per cent to account for a delay in the approval of a major acquisition in Argentina, as well as a domestic oil spill. The company aims to produce oil and gas totalling 331 million to 341 million barrels of oil equivalent (BOE), down from its goal of 355 ...




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