cnpc refiner 237 a niger

  • China in Africa: The Real Story: Chinese Refineries in …

     · This refinery was financed by CNPC (there is no mention of China Eximbank, which was still a relatively small player in the 1990s), probably through a supplier''s credit. According to a 2002 report by the IMF, the financing was secured by crude oil exports -- …

  • Refining & Chemicals

    The Zinder Refinery, the first modern refinery in Niger, is jointly operated by CNPC and the Nigerien government. It was completed and became operational in November 2011. The products include gasoline, diesel oil and liquefied gas, etc., which are supplied to meet domestic demand in Niger and partially sold to neighboring countries.

  • CNPC Leading African Refining Investments | Petroleum …

     · CNPC is leading the way to finance African refining investments, says Gary Still, Executive Director of CITAC Africa LLP, speaking at the OTL Africa Downstream Expo in Lagos. Speaking during the OTL Africa Downstream Forum Gary Still of CITAC Africa LLP highlights that despite over 60 announcements in the past 10 years of plans for new "grass roots" refineries on the African continent ...

  • Niger-Benin pipe plan moving ahead

     · The relationship between Niger and CNPC has not always been smooth. A pricing dispute in 2015 led to the Zinder refinery shutting down for 45 days. The facility is 60% owned by CNPC and 40% by Niger.

  • Africa-CHINA PETROLEUM PIPELINE ENGINEERING …

    Niger Tel: 00227-20734866 E-mail: [email protected] .cn Address: Sarl 19, AM19 Kouara Kano BP: 438 Niamey-Niger Chad Tel: 00235 95434616; +86 316 2171394 E-mail: [email protected] Address: B.P. 2113, Porte 252, Rue Cote Droite 6628 ...

  • Niger

    Turkmenistan. Uzbekistan. CNPC in Niger. CNPC embarked upon oil and gas business in Niger in 2003. It now operates two exploration and development projects, and a joint venture refinery in the country, while also providing oilfield services. About CNPC.

  • Niger renegotiates terms of $980 mln Chinese refinery …

     · Niger signed a $5 billion joint venture deal with Chinese oil company CNPC in 2008 to build the refinery and develop crude oil from the Agadem field a further 700 km east. China''s Exim Bank ...

  • Niger

    236 By 2012, only 14 per cent of Niger was electrified (Table 3 and Figure 4) (World Bank, 2016). In urban areas, 62 per cent of people had access to electricity but in rural areas, only 5 per cent . National access to non-solid fuels in 2012 was only 3 per cent .

  • NIGER: Termit and Tin-Toumma reserve threatened by …

     · The NGO has recently raised the alarm following the decision of the Nigerian authorities to declassify part of the reserve for oil exploitation. The RNNTT is a natural area located in eastern Niger. A few plants manage to grow in this desert space, and it''s enough to support many herbivorous species such as the dama gazelle and the dorcas gazelle that can only be found in this part of the world.

  • Niger renegotiates terms of $980 mln Chinese refinery loan …

     · Niger signed a $5 billion joint venture deal with Chinese oil company CNPC in 2008 to build the refinery and develop crude oil from the Agadem field a further 700 km east.

  • China''s CNPC to build Niger-Benin crude oil pipeline | …

     · It is the biggest investment in a cross-nation oil pipeline CNPC has made in Africa - ZAWYA MENA Edition Economic News Global Economy GCC Economy Levant Economy North African Economy More

  • Benin/Niger: CNPC signs pipeline agreement | African …

     · Issue 398 - 30 Aug 2019. China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) signed a construction and operation agreement with the government of Benin on 5 August for a crude oil pipeline from Agadem in Niger to Sèmè port in Benin. "The more than 1,900km pipeline, including 687km in Benin, is the largest cross-border crude pipeline invested by ...

  • Africa''s largest reserve may lose half its area to oil …

     · Ten years ago, Niger announced that in exchange for a $5 billion investment, the Chinese government-owned CNPC would build a number of wells, a 20,000-barrel-per-day refinery, and a …

  • CHINA PETROLEUM ENGINEERING&CONSTRUCTION …

    China Petroleum Engineering & Construction Corporation (abbreviated to CPECC) is affiliated to China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) and is a CNPC professional company specializing in oil engineering, manufacturing, construction and lump-sum contracting. It is now the most representative company of CNPC in domestic and international ...

  • NIGER: Termit and Tin-Toumma reserve threatened by …

     · The Nigerian government seems to be aware of the situation. Niger signed a production sharing contract on June 2, 2008 with the CNPC, which stipulates in its article 36.9 that "the contractual zone does not contain any perimeter subject to classification or special protection, at the national or international level; the State will refrain from creating such perimeters on the contractual ...

  • CNPC, Niger sign upstream, downstream deals | Oil & …

     · CNPC has been active in Niger since November 2003 through a stake in its exploration license for Block BILMA and an 80% stake in Block Tenere, with …

  • CNPC and Niger sign export pipeline transportation …

     · China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) and the Republic of Niger have signed a transportation convention regarding the crude oil export pipeline from the Agadem Rift basin to the Atlantic Coast in Benin. The deal was reported by Savannah Petroleum, whose assets covers 50% of the Agadem Rift basin of south-east Niger.

  • China, Niger: Beijing''s Risky Oil Deal

     · The China National Petroleum Corp. (CNPC) announced June 3 that it secured a $5 billion oil deal with the government of Niger on June 2. The deal calls for the development of the Agadem oil field, and probably extends CNPC control over two other oil fields in the African country. While Niger is an improbable place for a large oil project, China ...

  • NIGER New emerging petroleum country

    Petroleum Company (CNPC) in 2008. A lot of discoveries has been made and Niger has became oil producing country since November 2011. Niger is Located in West Africa •Area: 1,267,000 km² •Population: 22 millions inhabitants Bordered by Algeria and Libya

  • Niger Republic Opens New Refinery

     · The Soraz refinery is 60 percent-owned by Chinese state oil company CNPC and 40 percent by Niger. It follows a $5 billion deal signed between the two in 2008 to concurrently build the plant and develop crude oil from Agadem.

  • CNPC shuts Niger refinery after mechanical failure

     · CNPC shuts Niger refinery after mechanical failure. 8/28/2015. China National Petroleum Corp.''s (CNPC) Soraz oil refinery in Niger has shut down due to a mechanical failure, according to a report from news agency Reuters. "The refinery has broken down. That''s all I can say," Soraz spokesman Magagi Dada told private television station RTT.

  • Niger''s Refinery Restarts | Petroleum Africa

     · CNPC''s Soraz oil refinery in Niger resumed production after being shut in for 45 days. The refinery was shut in due to a mechanical failure. The refinery, a JV between CNPC and the Niger government, has a capacity of 20,000 bpd and processes oil from the West African country''s Agadem field that started production in 2011.

  • Validation of Niger 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 2. BACKGROUND

    million refinery in Zinder, operated by SORAZ (Société de raffinage de Zinder) 60%-owned by CNPC in joint-venture with the Government of Niger. Roughly a third of the refinery''s daily capacity of 20,000 barrels of diesel and 120 tons of LPG is earmarked for the domestic market, bought by the

  • Niger-Benin Crude Pipeline, Niger and Benin, Africa

    The oil is exported to CNPC''s Zinder oil refining facility in southern Niger. The facility currently produces petrol, diesel, and LPG products for domestic consumption. The Agadem field is connected to a nearby refinery at Zinder via an approximately 13-inch diameter and 462.5km-long existing pipeline.

  • Niger shrinks major biodiversity reserve to allow …

     · The government of Niger has announced plans to redraw the boundaries of one of Africa''s largest biodiversity reserves, in a push from China to exploit the region''s oil. In a communique, Niger''s council of ministers said that parts of the Termit and Tin-Toumma nature reserve encroached on three oil blocs awarded to the state-owned China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) – one of the ...

  • Niger: Soraz refinery resumes production after a 45-day …

     · Niger: Soraz refinery resumes production after a 45-day shutdown. (Ecofin Agency) - China National Petroleum Corporation''s (CNPC) Soraz oil refinery in Niger has resumed production after a 45-day shutdown due to a mechanical failure, according to a company spokesman. The refinery, a joint venture between CNPC and the government, has a capacity ...

  • Niger Benin Oil Pipeline

     · The refinery was built as a joint venture between CNPC and the Niger government to process the oil, with a capacity of 20,000 bpd. The refinery in Zinder, located about 500 miles east of the capital Niamey, has never reached full production, processing between 12,000 and 16,000 bpd, according to the Reuters report..

  • 3.1 Niger Fuel

    Société de raffinage de Zinder (SORAZ) is a consortium between China National Petrolem Company (CNPC) and the Nigerien state. The former holds 60% and latter 40%. The company manages the refinery that handles oil extracted in Niger. A subsidiary of CNPC called CNPC-Niger-Petroleum SA handles the exploration and extraction side.

  • Niger''s Soraz refinery says struggling due to oil price fall | …

     · NIAMEY, Oct 7 (Reuters) - Soraz, the oil refinery in Niger owned by China National Petroleum Corporation''s (CNPC), said on Tuesday it faced short …

  • CNPC to spread global reach with crude oil pipeline in …

     · CNPC started oil and gas business in Niger in 2003. It now operates two exploration and development projects, and a joint venture refinery in the country, while also providing oilfield services.

  • NIGER : Why CNPC and Beijing have pulled in the big …

     · The head of CNPC''s Niger branch, CNPCNP, Cheng Cunzhi, has drawn a line.With the back payments the Nigerien public firm Sonidep owes the Zinder refinery operator Soraz, controlled by CNPC with 60%, at $350 million in recent weeks, the Chinese state-owned firm has set up an explosive strategy to have the oil ministry and Sonidep bend to its demands.

  • Investors Shun NNPC''s Planned Pipeline Project from …

     · A Nigerian delegation had in November 2011 represente d former President Goodluck Jonathan when Niger inaugurate d the 20,000 barrelper-day Soraz refinery near Zinder, close to the Nigerian border. The refinery is 60 per cent owned by CNPC and 40 per cent by the government of Niger.

  • Investors Shun NNPC''s Planned Pipeline Project from …

     · A Nigerian delegation had in November 2011 represented former President Goodluck Jonathan when Niger inaugurated the 20,000 barrel-per-day Soraz refinery near Zinder, close to the Nigerian border. The refinery is 60 per cent owned by CNPC and 40 per cent by the government of Niger.

  • Chinese to start construction of refineries in Niger, Chad …

     · Home Refining & Processing Chinese to start construction of refineries in Niger, Chad China''s CNODC, as part of an earlier agreement with the government of Niger…

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