The two energy majors are deepening their cooperation in China
Energy M&A slows down as Chinese firms concentrate on improving their domestic offering, creating more competition for international firms in the region
Sinopec, CNPC and CNOOC are scaling back on investments both at home and abroad
Despite not coming to force nationally until 2018, new Chinese standards are already having an impact on lubes quality\n
Oil giants are streamlining operations, leaving more space for competitors\n
China's high-quality lubricants production is on the rise as the country's vehicle market and performance levels increases. Can local producers make the most of the trend?
Another substantial Sino-Canadian deal goes ahead, despite government pledge
China major mulls next steps in upstream and downstream investment.
Q1 2013 has brought mixed news for China's oil majors.
China's largest oil producers likely to be hit by combination of increased refining costs and fluctuating crude prices and show falling profits for 2012.