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Alberta regulators charge Nexen Energy over 2015 pipeline spill

CALGARY, Alberta Alberta regulators on Thursday charged Nexen Energy, a wholly owned subsidiary of China's CNOOC Ltd , for a pipeline spill in July 2015 at the company's Long Lake oil sands facility that leaked around 31,500 barrels of bitumen emulsion.

BRIEF-Hiscox Q1 gross written premiums up, picks Luxembourg as EU base

* Q1 gross written premiums grew by 17.3 pct to 751.2 million stg (2016: 640.5 million stg)

CNOOC CEO resigns after less than a year in latest board reshuffle

BEIJING, April 18 CNOOC Ltd said on Tuesday chief executive officer Yang Hua had resigned, less than a year after being appointed to the top spot, in the latest management shake-up at China's biggest offshore oil producer.

Mahindra & Mahindra, SsangYong to develop electric SUVs by 2020

* Mahindra builds electric cars in India, two-wheelers in the U.S.

UPDATE 1-CNOOC ties up with Australia's FAR to hunt for oil, gas off West Africa

MELBOURNE, March 31 China's CNOOC Ltd has agreed to team up with Australian minnow FAR Ltd to look for oil and gas prospects in what is seen as a promising frontier off Senegal and Gambia over the next two years, FAR said on Friday.

CNOOC ties up with Australia's FAR to hunt for oil, gas off West Africa

MELBOURNE, March 31 China's CNOOC Ltd has agreed to team up with Australian minnow FAR Ltd to look for oil and gas prospects in what is seen as a promising frontier off Senegal and Gambia over the next two years, FAR said on Friday.

UPDATE 1-China's CNOOC reports worst result since at least 2011, forecasts output rise

* Oil, gas revenue falls to 121 bln yuan in 2016 vs 147 bln yuan (Adds detail)

As crude prices rise, China's oil majors set to lift capex for first time in years

BEIJING, Jan 26 China's oil majors are expected to pump up spending in 2017 for the first time in years, scrambling to squeeze more barrels of crude out of ageing domestic wells in the hope that higher prices are here to stay.

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