Oil, Gas and Consumable Fuels
Company Overview of China National Offshore Oil Corporation
China National Offshore Oil Corporation explores, develops, produces, and sells oil and gas in China and internationally. The company also offers engineering and technical services, including oilfield, offshore oil engineering, and professional services. The company is also involved in the production and sale of petrochemical products and fertilizers; and power generation activities through natural gas, and in the provision of finance, trust, insurance, and financial and strategic investment services, and finance leasing services. The company was founded in 1982 and is headquartered in Beijing, China.
Founded in 1982
Key Executives for China National Offshore Oil Corporation
Chief Executive Officer and Secretary of The Leading Group of The Communist Party
President, Party Leadership Group Member, Director, Member of Strategic Development Committee, Chief Executive Officer of Cnooc Limited and Vice Chairman of Cnooc Limited
Chief Financial Officer and Party Leadership Group Member
Vice President, Party Leadership Group Member and President of CNOOC Limited
Chief Compliance Officer and Party Leadership Group Member
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
China National Offshore Oil Corporation Key Developments
Chinese Government Appoints Liu Jian as President of China National Offshore Corp
Aug 25 15
The Chinese government has appointed Liu Jian as the new president of China National Offshore Corp. (CNOOC). Currently he was chairman of two CNOOC subsidiaries, CNOOC Offshore Oil Engineering Co. and China Oilfield Services Co. Liu, who was formerly one of five vice presidents at CNOOC, had been ranked fourth in line for the top job.
Chinese Court Accepts Case Against ConocoPhillips China and China National Offshore Oil Corp. over Oil Spills in Northern China in 2011
Jul 27 15
A Chinese court announced that it has accepted a case brought by a social organization against ConocoPhillips China and China National Offshore Oil Corp. over oil spills in northern China in 2011. Qingdao Maritime Court said that the plaintiff, China Biodiversity Conservation and Green Development Foundation, wants the defendants to immediately repair the damage in the Bohai Bay's ecosystem so as to restore the area to its original state before the oil spill. In June 2011, oil spills from an oilfield jointly owned by Houston-based ConocoPhillips' Chinese subsidiary and CNOOC, drained into the Bohai Sea and its bay.
CNOOC Limited Commences Production from Bozhong 28/34 Oilfields Project
Jul 7 15
CNOOC Limited has commenced production from its Bozhong 28/34 oilfields comprehensive adjustment project. The Bozhong 28/34 oilfields are located in Bohai with an average water depth of approximately 22 meters. The project consists of three sub-projects, namely Bozhong 28-2S oilfields comprehensive adjustment project, Bozhong 34-1 oilfield comprehensive adjustment project and Bozhong 34-2/4 oilfield comprehensive adjustment project. The main production facilities of the project include 6 offshore platforms and 79 producing wells. There are currently 39 wells producing approximately 22,000 barrels of crude oil per day. The adjustment project is expected to reach its ODP designed peak production of approximately 30,000 barrels of crude oil per day in 2016. The Bozhong 28/34 are independent oilfields in which the Company holds 100% interest and acts as the operator.
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