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China - recent news
|07 Jun 16
||China: Chevron's Chuandongbei Gas Project completes first stage development
Chevron has announced that its fully-owned subsidiary Unocal East China Sea has commenced natural gas production from the third train at the Chuandongbei Project in southwest China, one of the largest onshore gas projects developed by an international oil company and a national oil company in China.
|24 May 16
||China: Primeline commences arbitration against CNOOC
Primeline Energy has commenced arbitration proceedings against CNOOC under the provisions of the Petroleum Contract for Block 25/34. The arbitration relates to Primeline’s continuing disputes with CNOOC with regard to the development, production and sales of gas from the LS36-1 gas field.
|15 May 16
||China: Kunlun Energy seeks to sell upstream assets and buy Tangshan LNG
Kunlun Energy, a unit of China National Petroleum Corp, plans to sell upstream assets and may buy an LNG terminal from its parent as the company shifts focus to gas distribution. Kunlun owns nine oil and gas producing assets in seven countries including China.
|05 May 16
||China: Primeline enters second phase of 33/07 exploration
Primeline Energy Holdings has agreed with China National Offshore Oil Corp (CNOOC) that it will enter the next and second phase of exploration commitment under the Petroleum Contract for East China Sea Block 33/07.
|26 Apr 16
||China: Husky Energy may take legal action in gas dispute with CNOOC Ltd
Husky Energy said on Tuesday it was confident a dispute with China's CNOOC Ltd over delivery payments for South China Sea gas will be resolved but warned it would take legal action against the state-owned energy company if necessary.
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