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PetroChina Company Limited is a China-based company principally engaged in the production and distribution of oil and gas. The Company mainly operates through four business segments. The Exploration and Production segment is principally engaged in the exploration, development, production and sales of crude oil and natural gas. The Refining and Chemical Products segment is principally engaged in the refining of crude oil and petroleum products, as well as the production and sales of basic petrochemical products, derivative petrochemical products and other chemical products. The Sales segment is principally engaged in the sales of refined petroleum products. The Natural Gas and Pipeline segment is engaged in the transportation and sales of natural gas, crude oil and refined petroleum products.
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Dongzhimen North Street
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PetroChina on Thursday reported a higher-than-expected net profit for the third quarter but still a 45% fall versus the record level a year earlier.
* PetroChina has secured more than half of gas supplies for winter
China's anti-corruption watchdog is investigating a former senior executive of top state energy giant PetroChina for suspected "serious disciplinary violations", the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) said on Sunday.
PetroChina will be spending billions of dollars to accelerate drilling of rare shale formations in northeast China that could be pivotal to sustaining oil output in the world's largest consumer.
PetroChina aims to have oil, gas and green energies to each account for a third of its portfolio by 2035, it said on Thursday, as the Chinese oil major shifts toward a lower-carbon future.
PetroChina reported an interim profit of 53.04 billion yuan ($8.18 billion) on Thursday, thanks to rising oil and gas prices and a recovery in Chinese fuel demand from the coronavirus pandemic slump.
PetroChina on Thursday reported its biggest quarterly profit in seven years, citing rising oil and gas prices and a recovery in Chinese fuel demand from last year's deep coronavirus slump.
PetroChina, Asia's largest oil and gas producer, expects its carbon emissions to peak by around 2025, as it aims to lift output of lower-carbon natural gas to 55% of its total production by then from 47% now.
PetroChina Co , Asia's largest oil and gas producer, reported a surge of around 350% in third-quarter profit versus a year earlier, owing to recovering oil prices and revenue from pipelines spin-offs.
Japan's biggest oil refiner Eneos Holdings Inc will shift its joint venture with PetroChina Co to Eneos' Chiba refinery after shutting the venture's Osaka refinery next month, Eneos said on Friday.
China's top state oil and gas producers - PetroChina, Sinopec Corp and CNOOC Ltd are working on the following green initiatives, according to company executives at earnings briefings and email replies to Reuters.
* Plans up to 10 bln yuan annual clean energy investment by 2025
China's newly formed PipeChina is expected to receive a portion of midstream oil and gas infrastructure from PetroChina and Sinopec by the end of September as part of a $56 billion asset-transfer deal. The restructuring of the assets owned by the energy giants is seen as...
PetroChina, China's state-owned oil and gas firm, said on Thursday it would sell its major oil and gas pipelines and storage facilities to the newly launched China Oil and Gas Pipeline Network for 268.7 billion yuan ($38.36 billion).
PetroChina, China's state-owned oil and gas firm, said on Thursday it would sell its major oil and gas pipelines and storage facilities to the newly launched China Oil and Gas Pipeline Network (PipeChina) for 268.7 billion yuan ($38.36 billion).
PetroChina on Wednesday bought a spot liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargo for delivery in April from commodity trader Vitol through the S&P Global Platts' pricing process also known as market-on-close (MOC).
* Asia'a largest oil and gas firm PetroChina resumed construction of its oil refinery and petrochemical project in southern Chinese province of Guangdong, as the number of new coronavirus cases fell for a second straight day.
* In talks with Mideast suppliers to defer or reduce intake (Adds detail on cuts at some PetroChina plants)
* Natural gas imports in deeper losses due currency, import cost
* Petrochina reports 740.97bln cubic metres of shale gas reserve
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