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CNOOC

China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) is the third-largest national oil company in China, after CNPC (parent of PetroChina), and China Petrochemical Corporation (parent of Sinopec). It focuses on exploration and development of crude oil and natural gas offshore of China. CNOOC Group is owned by the government, and its subsidiary, CNOOC Ltd is listed in Hong Kong. Another subsidiary, China Oilfield Services, is listed in Hong Kong and New York. In July 2012, CNOOC announced an agreement to acquire Nexen, a Canadian oil and gas company, for approximately US$15.1 billion.

CNOOC boosts oil output off southern coast to reach target

CNOOC, China's biggest offshore energy explorer, is expanding oil production in waters off its southern coast to reach a target missed since 2011.

Friday, 13 June, 2014, 5:57am

China oil giants change focus after spending spree

State-backed mainland oil and gas titans have spent more than US$100 billion in the past five years buying overseas assets in the name of national energy security and acquiring expertise.

12 May 2014 - 2:58am

CNOOC sees oil and gas sales increase by 6.9pc thanks to Nexen acquisition

CNOOC, China's dominant offshore oil and gas producer, posted a 6.9 per cent year-on-year rise in unaudited oil and gas sales revenue to 59.15 billion yuan (HK$74 billion) for the year's first quarter.

23 Apr 2014 - 12:50am

Gain from Bridas exit proves tough task for CNOOC

CNOOC, China's dominant offshore oil and gas producer, is reportedly considering selling its stake in Argentina's Bridas although analysts said it would be tough to find a buyer willing to give the Chinese firm a profitable exit.

8 Apr 2014 - 1:54am

Brightoil to buy oilfield stakes for HK$8.35 billion

Shares of Brightoil Petroleum, a mainland company that supplies fuel to ships, trades in oil and is engaged in the logistics business, surged yesterday after it agreed to pay HK$8.35 billion for stakes in two mature oilfields off northern China from US oil firm Anadarko Petroleum.

19 Feb 2014 - 12:47am

CNOOC shares hit by sober outlook

CNOOC shares fell the most in more than two years yesterday after the energy giant announced lower-than-expected projections for its output this year and next. Shares in the mainland's dominant offshore oil and gas producer fell 6.3 per cent to HK$13.08.

22 Jan 2014 - 1:31pm

Chinese state firms to slow investment in Canada

Oil and gas acquisitions in Canada by Chinese state-owned enterprises will slow in the wake of Ottawa's restrictions after CNOOC's purchase of Nexen, said speakers at the Global Resource Investment Conference last week.

16 Dec 2013 - 3:08pm

Green Dragon in talks with Chinese state-backed firms over fruits of disputed drilling

Green Dragon Gas, an explorer for natural gas trapped between coal seams, is trying to resolve a disagreement with state-backed partner CNOOC and its China United Coal Bed Methane (CUCBM) unit on the sharing of reserves and output from drilling done allegedly without its consent.

28 Nov 2013 - 4:04am

Gas deal 'could cut cost of power'

Power bills on Hong Kong Island and Lamma could be cut if hopes Hongkong Electric can secure a bargain deal to buy gas come to fruition.

25 Nov 2013 - 5:34pm

CNOOC weighs up LNG expansion in Canada

CNOOC, China's dominant offshore oil and gas producer, has agreed to examine the viability of building facilities on the west coast of Canada to liquefy and export natural gas produced from interior fields, as part of the country's efforts to secure more energy sources.

14 Nov 2013 - 1:24am

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