ENN Group will made a rare foray for a privately-owned Chinese entity into the foreign upstream oil and gas market by becoming the single largest shareholder in Australia’s Santos. Santos has brought gas into its LNG production Train 1 at GLNG on Curtis Island (above). Photo: Santos ENN Group will made a rare foray for a privately-owned Chinese entity into the foreign upstream oil and gas market by becoming the single largest shareholder in Australia’s Santos. Santos has brought gas into its LNG production Train 1 at GLNG on Curtis Island (above). Photo: Santos
ENN Group will made a rare foray for a privately-owned Chinese entity into the foreign upstream oil and gas market by becoming the single largest shareholder in Australia’s Santos. Santos has brought gas into its LNG production Train 1 at GLNG on Curtis Island (above). Photo: Santos

China’s ENN Group unit becomes largest single shareholder in Australia’s Santos, purchasing stake held by Hony Capital

ENN Group will made a rare foray for a privately-owned Chinese entity into the foreign upstream oil and gas market by becoming the single largest shareholder in Australia’s Santos. Santos has brought gas into its LNG production Train 1 at GLNG on Curtis Island (above). Photo: Santos ENN Group will made a rare foray for a privately-owned Chinese entity into the foreign upstream oil and gas market by becoming the single largest shareholder in Australia’s Santos. Santos has brought gas into its LNG production Train 1 at GLNG on Curtis Island (above). Photo: Santos
ENN Group will made a rare foray for a privately-owned Chinese entity into the foreign upstream oil and gas market by becoming the single largest shareholder in Australia’s Santos. Santos has brought gas into its LNG production Train 1 at GLNG on Curtis Island (above). Photo: Santos
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