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CNPC acquires 35% of Shell Syrian Petroleum Development


CNPC acquires 35% of Shell Syrian Petroleum Development

Report summary

CNPC has gradually built its Syrian position since it entered the country in 2003, to become the top-ranked international oil company in terms of equity production. It has achieved this through a series of incremental steps. The latest move was announced on 18 May 2010 - the acquisition of a 35% share of Shell Syria Petroleum Development (SSPD).The deal increases CNPC's interest in development contracts that include more than thirty producing oil and gas fields, in the mature Deir ez ...

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