Sinopec has launched operations of the first phase of the Ordos-Anping-Cangzhou natural gas pipeline in northern China on schedule, it announced on November 16.
Hengli last week signed a crude purchase agreement with Saudi Aramco to take 6.5 million tonnes (130,000 bpd) of oil in 2019.
Several new shale gas production prospects have been identified in different parts of China following successful exploratory drilling.
The latest survey of China’s two main unconventional onshore gas resources has estimated that there are 152 tcm of potentially recoverable reserves. Meanwhile, the country’s undersea methane...
Taiwan’s state oil refiner, CPC, has reportedly signed its first long-term deal to buy US crude, which is a rare occurrence since Asian buyers typically buy on the spot market.
Three new CBM projects in China approved by the central government will have US$1.12 billion invested in them with a target of jointly producing almost 1.5 bcm per year when fully operational,...
G3 Exploration’s development plan for its Chengzhuang (GCZ) coal-bed methane (CBM) block in Shanxi Province has been cleared by the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC).
Independent refiners in China’s eastern Shandong Province will struggle to wring oil product export quotas out of Beijing until they step up efforts to consolidate and build more infrastructure,...
China’s state-owned refiners may be granted permits to export an additional 3-4 million tonnes of refined fuel this year after they ran through their existing 2018 quotas faster than expected.
China’s state-run Sinopec has said its shale gas sales from its Fuling field in the Sichuan Basin amounted to 4 bcm in the first eight months of the year. The state major had previously reported...
China is set to experience another substantial winter natural gas supply deficit this coming as government calls for clean energy use intensify.
China will develop a “technology platform” to enhance the commercial exploitation of methane hydrates, the China Geological Survey (CGS) has said.
Having completed their summer maintenance programmes, China's independent refineries upped their crude oil imports once more in August.
A Chinese investment holding company has been awarded a hydraulic fracturing contract in the country’s south-west.