News: CNOOC Ltd (0883.HK)

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Wed, Apr 9 2014

Riding shale boom, U.S to become major LPG supplier to China

* But Sinopec-Phillips 66 deal signals involvement of big oil

CNOOC shares slide 4 pct after earnings disappoint

HONG KONG, March 31 - Shares of China's top offshore oil producer, CNOOC Ltd, fell on Monday after it posted an 11.4 percent slide in its 2013 net profit, lagging analysts' forecasts.

CNOOC posts sharper-than-expected fall in 2013 earnings

HONG KONG - China's top offshore oil producer, CNOOC Ltd , posted an 11.4 percent slide in its 2013 net profit on Friday, lagging analysts' forecasts, as it struggled to deliver production growth and control costs amid weakening crude prices.

UPDATE 1-CNOOC posts sharper-than-expected fall in 2013 earnings

* Earns net profit of 56.5 billion yuan vs 63.7 billion yuan in 2012

CNOOC posts 11 pct fall in 2013 earnings, missing forecasts

HONG KONG, March 28 - China's top offshore oil producer CNOOC Ltd posted a 11.4 percent slide in its 2013 net profit on Friday, lagging analysts' forecasts, as it struggled to deliver production growth and control costs amid weakening crude prices.

UPDATE 1-Eni close to hiring adviser to sell Mozambique gas stake - sources

* Eni CEO has already spoken of selling down stake further (Adds source comments, background)

UPDATE 1-Uganda to sign memo with oil firms over production-ministry

KAMPALA, Feb 6 - Uganda will sign a memorandum of understanding on Thursday with Britain's Tullow Oil, France's Total and China's CNOOC, an Energy Ministry spokesman said, in a vital step towards starting oil production in the country

CORRECTED-Two Hong Kong firms to pay $11 mln to settle SEC insider trading charges

(Corrects name of defendant in fourth paragraph that is paying $6.6 million to CITIC Securities International Investment Management (HK) Ltd)

China H-shares lead Hong Kong rebound, Sinopec jumps as CNOOC sinks

HONG KONG, Jan 21 - Chinese shares listed in Hong Kong posted their biggest gain in two months on Tuesday, led by financials as cash rates eased in the mainland after the Chinese central bank offered emergency funds to ease the latest cash squeeze.

China shares rebound after c.bank cash injections, buoy Hong Kong

* CNOOC sinks to 6-mth low after lower-than-expected 2014 forecast

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