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RPT-Hengli trying to become China's first private jet fuel exporter

29 May 2019

* Hengli applied for fuel certification with aviation authority

REFILE-Petrobras targets China's private refineries with oil from storage

28 May 2019

* Oil to be stored at Qingdao storage tanks leased by Petrobras

Hengli trying to become China's first private jet fuel exporter

28 May 2019

SINGAPORE Hengli Petrochemical wants to be China's first private exporter of jet fuel, a Hengli spokesman and other company sources said, but the move against the dominance of state oil companies requires licensing and approvals that will be hard to come by.

Hengli trying to become China's first private jet fuel exporter

28 May 2019

* Hengli applied for fuel certification with aviation authority

RPT-PetroChina raising gas prices ahead of pipeline reshuffle

24 May 2019

* PetroChina to lose revenue from pipeline sales under reform

PetroChina raising gas prices ahead of pipeline reshuffle

23 May 2019

* PetroChina to lose revenue from pipeline sales under reform

PetroChina raising gas prices ahead of pipeline reshuffle

23 May 2019

SHANGHAI/SINGAPORE PetroChina is bucking normal practice and raising its wholesale natural gas prices during the weak-demand spring season, several sources said, preparing for the coming consolidation of China's pipeline assets and trying to recoup huge fuel import losses.

RPT-China's CNPC breaks into Myanmar fuel retailing with Singapore brand

21 May 2019

SINGAPORE/YANGON, May 20 China National Petroleum Corp is planning to open dozens of petrol stations in Myanmar, the first major foreign investor to enter the fast-growing Southeast Asian fuel market, as the state giant expands its retail oil business, company officials said.

China's CNPC breaks into Myanmar fuel retailing with Singapore brand

20 May 2019

SINGAPORE/YANGON China National Petroleum Corp is planning to open dozens of petrol stations in Myanmar, the first major foreign investor to enter the fast-growing Southeast Asian fuel market, as the state giant expands its retail oil business, company officials said.

CORRECTED-China's CNPC breaks into Myanmar fuel retailing with Singapore brand

20 May 2019

SINGAPORE/YANGON, May 20 China National Petroleum Corp is planning to open dozens of petrol stations in Myanmar, the first major foreign investor to enter the fast-growing Southeast Asian fuel market, as the state giant expands its retail oil business, company officials said.

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