CNOOC With a Market Value of 300 Billion Yuan Was Forced to Delist by the United States

On February 26, local time, the New York Stock Exchange decided to officially start the formal delisting procedure of China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) American Depositary Receipts (NYSE: CEO).

Global Market CNOOC 2021-03-04

What China’s 14th Five‑Year Plan Means for Investors

China recently unveiled its 14th five-year plan (FYP) to guide the country’s economic development over the coming five years, along with the blueprint for a long-term strategy that outlines its vision for 2035.

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ECFShale 2020-01-23

Energy China Forum 2020 Recruitment Notification - International Project Officer

Energy China Forum 2020 Recruitment Notification - International Project Officer, Shanghai ChinaEnergy China ForumDowntown, Huangpu District, Shanghai, ChinaFull-timeResponsibility:1. Responsible for international project promotion, including planning, publicity and copywriting;2. Organize or provide assistance to international industry summit, global conferences and other events;3. Responsible for daily communication, marketing, maintenance and following up with global energy institute, governments, associations and energy companies;4. Responsible for market research, including industry dynam

Import expo shows China is open for business

The United States-China trade war, now in its 16th month, has seen commerce between the world’s two biggest economies nosedive, leading many experts to speculate that economic decoupling is inevitable. Logical though that prediction may seem, it has been confounded from an unexpected quarter – corporate America. There will be more American companies at the second annual China International Import Expo, from tomorrow until the weekend, than there were at last year’s inaugural event, according to the Ministry for Commerce. Talk of decoupling therefore seems a bit premature.Commerce officials hav

China Economy 2019-11-05

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ECFShale 2019-04-30

China names oil & gas veteran to top energy post

China has named a leading business executive to its top energy post, eschewing a practice of appointing career politicians as the nation pushes through an overhaul of its massive energy sector.Zhang Jianhua, the No. 2 official of state-run China National Petroleum Corp., will become director of the National Energy Administration, according to the Communist Party’s official People’s Daily. He will be the fifth NEA chief and the first to be appointed from an energy company, the newspaper reported this week.The administration didn’t respond to several faxes from Bloomberg seeking comments, while

China Policy 2018-11-23

China appoints CNPC president as top energy official

China's government has appointed a senior oil industry executive as the country's top energy official, state-run media China Energy News reported on Wednesday.

China Policy CNPC 2018-11-15

China Ready For Trade Talks

China is ready to negotiate a trade deal with the United States as both economies stand to lose from a prolonged trade war, Vice President Wang Qishan said today as quoted by Bloomberg. Wang was speaking at the Bloomberg New Economy Forum in Singapore, and added that trade was the “anchor and propel

China Economy 2018-11-07

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ECF 2018-09-30

China's environment tax receipts up 22 per cent in first half

China earned 9.6 billion yuan ($1.4 billion) in environmental tax revenues in the first half of 2018, up 22.1 per cent from a year earlier, after the system was overhauled at the start of 2018, state news agency Xinhua said on Friday.

China to suspend detailed customs data release for May amid trade tensions: source

The Chinese authorities will suspend publication detailed of monthly trade data for May, making it the second consecutive month for which they have not released the information, citing technical issues, a source with direct knowledge of the matter told S&P Global Platts Thursday.

China, Iran agree to strengthen strategic cooperation despite US pressure

China and Iran have agreed to strengthen strategic cooperation during Iranian President Hassan Rouhani's visit to China, possibly paving the way for steady crude flows between the two countries.

China proposes buying U.S. agricultural, energy products if Washington abandons tariff threat: U.S. media

China has proposed buying U.S. agricultural and energy products worth nearly 70 billion U.S. dollars, but only if Washington abandons its threat to slap tariffs on Chinese imports, according to a Wall Street Journal report on Tuesday.

China's potential ban on trucking coal, ore, steel may dampen imports

A potential ban on trucking coal, ore and steel in several regions in China could dampen demand for seaborne raw material imports, market sources said Monday.

China signals to state giants: 'Buy American' oil and grains

China will import record volumes of U.S. oil and is likely to ship more U.S. soy after Beijing signalled to state-run refiners and grains purchasers they should buy more to help ease tensions between the two top economies, trade sources said on Wednesday.

Energy forum discusses closer China-Africa energy partnership

Attendees at a forum discussing Africa's electrification challenges held in Ethiopia's capital Addis Ababa on Monday urged closer China-Africa energy partnership to help meet the continent's energy needs.

Opinion Belt and Road 2018-05-15

China plans to create energy ministry in government shake-up – sources

China plans to create an energy ministry to oversee the country’s vast oil, natural gas, coal and power sectors, part of a government shake-up to make policymaking more efficient, four sources with ties to the country’s leadership said this week.

China Policy 2018-03-09

China To Consolidate Energy Industry Authority In New Ministry

China’s government plans to consolidate its energy industry authority into a new ministry, to replace the National Energy Administration, unnamed sources told Reuters. The NEA was set up ten years ago as a unit of the National Development and Reform Commission—the authority in charge of economic pla

China Policy 2018-03-09

China should pay more attention to energy security in future: Chinese expert

With growing energy demand, China should pay more attention to its energy security with more diversified energy sources in the future, a Chinese energy strategy expert said here on Wednesday.

China Energy Opinion 2018-03-08

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