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China Petroleum & Chemical Corp (0386.HK)

0386.HK on Hong Kong Stock

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16 Sep 2019
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Mon, Aug 26 2019

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Caught in tariff war, Sinopec seeks waiver for imported U.S. oil - sources

SINGAPORE China Petroleum & Chemical Corp, or Sinopec, is seeking a tariff exemption for U.S. oil being imported in coming months, sources familiar with the matter said, after Beijing late last week imposed retaliatory tariffs on U.S. goods, including crude oil.

Caught in tariff war, Sinopec seeks waiver for imported U.S. oil: sources

SINGAPORE China Petroleum & Chemical Corp, or Sinopec, is seeking a tariff exemption for U.S. oil being imported in coming months, sources familiar with the matter said, after Beijing late last week imposed retaliatory tariffs on U.S. goods, including crude oil.

Caught in tariff war, Sinopec seeks waiver for imported U.S. oil - sources

* Sinopec has 8 mln bbls U.S. oil to arrive at Tianjin in Sept-Oct

RPT-China's Sinopec H1 profit falls 25% y/y over thin refining margins

* Q2 net profit at 16.58 bln yuan vs 22.83 in Q2 2018-Rtrs calc

China's Sinopec first-half profit falls 25% year-on-year over thin refining margins

BEIJING China Petroleum and Chemical Corp, or Sinopec Corp , reported a 24.7 percent drop in earnings in the first half of 2019 on Sunday, dampened by rapid growth of domestic refining capacity and waning demand for refined products.

China's Sinopec H1 profit falls 25% y/y over thin refining margins

* Q2 net profit at 16.58 bln yuan vs 22.83 in Q2 2018-Rtrs calc

UPDATE 1-China launches anti-dumping investigation into synthetic rubber product

* Investigation requested by CNPC, Sinopec petrochemical units

UPDATE 1-China's Sinopec resumes U.S. oil imports after 6-month halt- sources

* VLCC Maran Artemis waiting off Qingdao to discharge U.S. oil

Shell enters China's shale oil scene with joint study with Sinopec

SINGAPORE Royal Dutch Shell has entered China's shale oil sector, signing an agreement with state-owned Sinopec to study an East China block, part of the nation's early efforts to unlock the potentially massive unconventional resource.

UPDATE 1-Shell enters China's shale oil scene with joint study with Sinopec

* Shell, Sinopec to jointly study East China's Dongying trough

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