Contractors chosen for world’s largest solar-to-hydrogen project

Sinopec’s project is expected to produce 20k tonnes per year

Sinopec set to build ‘world’s largest’ solar-to-hydrogen plant

The Chinese company has set an aim of producing 500,000 tonnes of green hydrogen per year by 2025

Sinopec launches China’s ‘first megaton-scale’ carbon capture project

The project, estimated to reduce carbon emissions by one million tons annually, is expected to be put into production by the end of 2021

Sinopec builds China’s ‘first carbon-neutral fuel station’

Its distributed solar power generation project has officially gone into operation, which has the capacity to offset the power consumption and emissions of the Jiaze Gas Station

Sinopec’s Guangzhou refinery produces its first low sulphur marine fuel

The first batch of the low sulphur marine fuel (VLSFO) has been delivered via pipeline to the firm’s storage tank

Spain’s Repsol faces $5.5bn claim from Chinese firm

Spanish oil firm Repsol has announced it faces a $5.5 billion (£3.74bn) arbitration claim from a Chinese state-controlled company. China’s Sinopec and its subsidiary Addax Petroleum UK are seeking repayment of the investment they made in Talisman Energy. They invested in the British subsidiary (TSEUK)  of the Canadian firm – bought by Repsol last year – in […]

China’s Sinopec flogs third of sales business

Chinese oil giant Sinopec has sold nearly a third of its retail arm for 107 billion yen (£11bn). The 29.99% stake is for Sinopec Marketing, which owns petrol stations and oil pipeline maintenance firms. The deal with 25 domestic and foreign investors was announced on Friday (12 September).

China grants licence to use aviation biofuel commercially

A Chinese refiner has been given the green light to commercially use its self-developed aviation biofuel. It was granted by the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC), the first of its kind, to China Petrochemical (Sinopec), which means the firm’s No. 1 Aviation Biofuel can be used by airlines. Several rounds of testing were conducted […]

China launches investigation after 52 killed in oil pipeline blast

China has launched an investigation into the safety of oil and gas pipelines in the country, after 52 people were killed in an explosion at a pipeline owned by Sinopec in Qingdao. At least 136 people have also been hospitalised, with 10 in critical condition while another 11 are also reported missing. On a visit […]

Chinese energy giants shop abroad

Chinese energy giant CNOOC this week made a bid to buy the Canadian production firm Nexen for $15.1bn (£9.8bn). Nexen is the second largest oil producer in the UK, outputting 114,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day (boepd). In another deal, China’s Sinopec purchased a 49% share of Talisman’s oil-and-gas assets in the UK for […]