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CNOOC Ltd (0883.HK)

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7 Aug 2020
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Wed, Apr 29 2020

China CNOOC sees Brent at $30-$40/bbl, to cut Canada, U.S. output

SINGAPORE, April 29 China's offshore oil and gas major CNOOC Ltd expects Brent crude oil prices to average $30 to $40 per barrel this year, a company executive said on Wednesday.

China's CNOOC group to trim 2020 investment by up to 15%

BEIJING/SINGAPORE, April 8 China National Offshore Oil Corp (CNOOC) will trim annual investment by 10% to 15% in 2020, while maintaining its goal of increasing domestic crude oil and natural gas production for the year, the company said in a statement on Wednesday.

UPDATE 1-China's CNOOC to slash capital spending, lower output targets in 2020

* All-in production costs drop to $29.78 a barrel (Recasts, add context)

China's CNOOC to make significant cuts in spending amid low oil prices

SINGAPORE/BEIJING, March 25 Chinese offshore oil and gas specialist CNOOC Ltd said on Wednesday it will "significantly" reduce capital spending this year amid sharply lower global oil prices.

China's CNOOC reports 16% rise in net profit in 2019

BEIJING/SINGAPORE, March 25 China's national offshore energy producer CNOOC Ltd reported a 15.9% rise in 2019 profit on Wednesday, its best performance in five years thanks to higher oil and gas output and persistent cost control.

China's CNOOC to load first cargo of Guyanese oil in coming days -official

March 19 China's state-controlled oil company CNOOC Ltd is scheduled to load in the coming days its first cargo of crude from Guyana's offshore Liza oil project, the South American country's Director of Energy Mark Bynoe said.

FACTBOX -China CNOOC's gas receiving terminals and power plants

March 10 China National Offshore Oil and Gas Corp (CNOOC) is set to inject its struggling natural gas terminal and power unit into its flagship listed vehicle CNOOC Ltd , three senior sources with knowledge of the matter said. CNOOC, a pioneer in China's liquefied natural gas (LNG) business, is the country's largest investor of receiving terminals of the super-chilled fuel, operating 10 facilities along the country's east coast with total annual receiving capacity of 34.4 mil

China CNOOC to inject struggling gas, power unit into listed upstream business - sources

* Internal merger plan follows losses at unit's gas trading arm

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