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The quotas were granted to four state-owned companies, with Sinopec receiving 2.78 million tonnes, PetroChina Co at 2.02 million tonnes, Sinochem Group at 600,000 tonnes and CNOOC Group at 600,000 tonnes
By : Reuters l Reporting by Muyu Xu in BEIJING, Koustav Samanta and Florence Tan in SINGAPORE l Editing by Christian Schmollinger | July 25, 2019
The U.S. Gulf Coast II Petrochemical Project will include a 2,000 kilotons per year (KTA) ethylene cracker and two 1,000 KTA polyethylene units.
By : Reuters l Reporting by Timothy Gardner l Editing by Steve Orlofsky | July 12, 2019
Thailand set to be Southeast Asia's hottest IPO market with $5 billion of planned second half floats
Thailand is set to see the most funds raised from IPOs in Southeast Asia this year, with more than $5 billion expected to be garnered in the second half, sources said, as a tourist boost to the economy trumps jitters stoked by inconclusive elections.
By : Reuters l Reporting by Chayut Setboonsarng and Anshuman Daga l Editing by Muralikumar Anantharaman | May 01, 2019
By : Reuters ll Reporting by Meng Meng and Dominique Patto ll Editing by Richard Pullin | March 21, 2019
Saudi Arabia, meanwhile, is looking to diversify its economy beyond oil exports and also needs allies in the aftermath of the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul in October.
By : Reuters ll Reporting by James Mackenzie ll Editing by Frances Kerry | February 15, 2019
ADNOC, along with Saudi Aramco, is participating in a planned 1.2 million-barrels-per-day coastal refinery in western Maharashtra state
By : Reuters ll Reporting by Nidhi Verma ll Editing by Tom Hogue | February 13, 2019
Offshore specialist CNOOC Ltd said last week it was confident of achieving its spending target this year, the highest since 2014 China’s state energy giants are set to raise spending on domestic drilling this year to the highest levels since 2016, focusing on adding natural gas reserves in a concerted drive to boost local supplies.
By : REUTERS ll Reporting by Chen Aizhu in Singapore and Meng Meng in Beijing ll Editing by Lincoln Feast | February 04, 2019
Venezuela's navy halted seismic data collection by the boats on Saturday. The governments of each of the two South American neighboring countries said the exploration vessels were in their territorial waters.
By : REUTERS l Reporting by Luc Cohen l Editing by Jonathan Oatis and Rosalba O'Brien | December 28, 2018
The South Korean government has introduced the cap on a trial basis since October and plans to fully introduce it from 2019, the statement added.
By : Reuters l Reporting By Jane Chung l Editing by David Evans | December 03, 2018