Archive for the ‘Sinopec’ Category

China’s Sinopec to Build Gas Pipelines for Saudi Aramco in $1-Billion Deal

Via, a report of China’s Sinopec’s plans to build gas pipelines for Saudi Aramco in $1-Billion deal: A subsidiary of China’s energy giant Sinopec has signed a $1.3-billion deal with Saudi Aramco to procure and build pipelines for an expansion of the Kingdom’s natural gas distribution network, the Chinese firm said on Thursday. Under the turn-key fixed-price […]

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Africa’s Energy Frontiers Draw Chinese Investors

Via Energy, Capital, and Power, a look at Chinese investment interest in Africa’s energy potential: As the continent’s largest trading partner, China has played an active role in harnessing Africa’s energy resources and developing critical infrastructure to date. As the country seeks to secure future energy supplies – as well as foster regional diplomacy in […]

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China’s Largest Green Hydrogen Mega Project Hints at Vast Potential

Courtesy of Caixing Global, a report on a mega solar-to-hydrogen factory has been commissioned in China: A mega solar-to-hydrogen factory has been commissioned in China, marking a milestone for the country’s — and potentially the world’s — effort to produce more green hydrogen, a fuel seen as key for slashing global greenhouse gas emissions. The […]

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China’s Sinopec Dives Deeper Into Geothermal Energy

Courtesy of Caixin Global, a report on China’s Sinopec’s deeper exploration of geothermal energy: China Petroleum & Chemical Corp., the state-owned energy giant known as Sinopec, is making a bigger push into a renewable energy generated by heat within the earth as the country looks to diversify its sources of green energy. Sinopec’s push could serve […]

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Qatar Gives China Share of Landmark Natural Gas Field

Via Oil and Gas Daily, a report on a recent Qatari decision to give China a share of landmark natural gas field: Chinese oil giant Sinopec on Wednesday became the first Asian firm to get a stake in Qatar’s expansion of North Field East, the Gulf country’s energy company announced. North Field contains the world’s […]

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China Seals One of the Biggest LNG Deals Ever With Qatar

Via Bloomberg, an article on a recent LNG agreement between China and Qatar: China signed a landmark $60 billion agreement for purchases of liquefied natural gas from Qatar, as the world’s second-largest economy looks to bolster its energy security for decades. Qatar Energy will send Sinopec 4 million tons of LNG a year starting in 2026, the state-controlled […]

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