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PetroChina Taps Shale Oil in Aging Western China Field

After achieving breakthroughs in shale oil explorations, top Chinese oil and gas major PetroChina now aims to build a pilot zone to pump one million tonnes of crude a year by 2025, parent company CNPC says.

Putin Unveils New Gas Deal with China's Xi as Moscow Squares Off with West

The new deal with Beijing would not let Moscow divert gas otherwise bound for Europe, as it involved gas from the Pacific island of Sakhalin, unconnected to Russia's European pipeline network.

China Oil Demand to Peak by 2030 on Petrochemical Use, Research Shows

The study shows overall oil demand will fall after 2030 as transportation consumption declines while chemical demand remains stable during the period.

CNPC Plans New Shale Oil Field near Northeast China's Daqing

CNPC said it aims to produce 1 million tonnes of oil annually by 2025 from the Gulong shale oil formations at Daqing in northeast China's Heilongjiang province.

CNPC Discovers Shale Oil Field in Erdos Basin

Proven geological reserves are estimated at more than 1 billion tonnes shale oil, Xinhua reported June 20.

Petrobras Finds High Quality Oil in New Well at Giant Buzios Field

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Schlumberger Enters Technology License Agreement with CNPC Logging

The agreement will enable co-manufacture of wireline downhole technology,

Oil CEOs Pen Open Letter Pushing for Climate Change Action

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