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Volume 2 September 2008
Pre-feasibility study for Qinghai- Tibet gas pipeline passed
e Pre-feasibility study for Qinghai-Tibet gas pipeline project has been passed, the Xinhua News Agency reported.
earthquake fault zone in east Kunlun, and ends in Lhasa, capital city of Tibet Autonomous Region.
With a total investment of 624.45 million yuan, the 1,365-km line will have a designed annual transmission capacity of 1.2 billion standard cubic meters and a designed pressure of 10.0 MPa.
e starting point and terminal point of the project will each have a gas pipeline to be built. Additionally, eight pigging stations and a sub-station will be built along the way.
e pipeline starts from the No.15 dehydration gas station in Tainan gas field of Qaidam Basin, Qinghai province, by way of tough areas like seasonal frozen soil area and
e pre-feasibility report has been sent to the National Development and Reform Commission for approval. Environmental impact assessment and security assessment are on the way.
Headline Pre-feasibility study for Qinghai-Tibet gas pipeline passed
Company Watch PetroChina to sell Myanmar natural gas China Oilfield completes $2.5 billion buy of Norway's Awilco Oman seals CNOOC gas deal Hong Kong CLP took delivery of LNG from BG Sinopec May Win Bid for Tanganyika Oil China CIMC says to buy control of Luxembourg's TGE CNPC, Rosneft to Build Oil Refining Project in Tianjin China gas demand to top 210-250 BN cubic meters by 2020 Guangdong Dapeng LNG: Plans To Build 4th
Puguang gas field start trial production
Sichuan-East China gas pipeline
construction and production both on the way
China to Have 21 Large Refinery Projects in 2010 China’s largest offshore oil platform put into production
PetroChina to sell Myanmar natural gas
Technology Basic study on combustible ice starts in China
Renewable energy fast developing in China Renewable energy to replace coal, oil and gas by 2050
PetroChina will be responsible for selling the natural gas that is transmitted through Yunnan- Myanmar pipeline, said Kunming Gas (Group) Holdings Limited.
and Cheung Investment Co Ltd eir stake proportion is 51 percent, 20 percent, 20 percent and 9 percent respectively.
Under the gas distribution agreement signed by PetroChina, Kunlun Gas Co Ltd, a PetroChina subsidiary, will establish a joint venture with Kunming Gas Group, Yunnan Province Investment Holdings Ltd
PetroChina’s parent company, CNPC, signed a memorandum of understanding with Daewoo International Corp in June this year, according to which, CNPC will buy natural gas from two blocks in Myanmar.
Statistics Crude Oil Processing Quantity and Main Oil Products of Chinese Refineries in July 2008 6
Report on Liquefied Petroleum Gas Market 10
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China Market Trends of LPG Pirce in September 2008
China Oilfield completes $2.5 billion buy of Norway's Awilco
China Oilfield Services Ltd., a unit of the nation's third-biggest oil producer, said it concluded its 17.1 billion-yuan ($2.5 billion) purchase of Norway's Awilco Offshore ASA. China Oilfield will establish the world's sixth-largest fleet consisting of more than 36 operating rigs upon completion of the transaction, the Beijing-based company said
yesterday on its Web site. China, the world's largest oil user after the U.S., is intensifying its search for oil and gas at home and abroad to overcome stagnant production from older fields. Rising investment in exploration has boosted demand for China Oilfield's services, prompting the acquisition of Awilco earlier this
y e a r t o e x p a n d t h e c o m p a n y ' s r i fleet by 47 percent. China Oilfield said yesterday it aims to become one of the ‘top players’ in the world's oil services industry by 2020. e company, a unit of China National Offshore Oil Corp., plans to make more acquisitions after Awilco, President Yuan Guangyu said last month. g