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ONGC-CNPC win bid for Syrian oilfields 21.12.2005 Hindu: Business
NEW DELHI: Oil and Natural Gas Corporation and China National Petroleum Corporation have won the bid to acquire about 37 per cent stake in Syrian oilfields of Canadian oil company Petro-Canada for 484 million Euro. This was the first time that ...
Prioritise domestic oil find: Ministry 21.12.2005 Hindu: Business
Cautions PM against PSUs' diversification
ONGC-CNPC JV acquires Syrian field 21.12.2005 Sify Finance
Oil and Natural Gas Corporation and China National Petroleum Corporation have jointly won a bid to acquire 37 per cent of Petro-Canada's stake in Syrian oilfields for $573 million.
India, China will flirt, not wed, in foreign oil push 21.12.2005 Express India-- Front Page
The state oil firms of China and India may team up for more overseas bids following their successful debut in Syria, but are unlikely to form a perennial partnership that would mean more to Delhi than to Beijing.
ONGC-CNPC wins bid for 38% in Syrian oil fields 21.12.2005 ET: Oil & Gas
Two of the world?s fiercest rivals in recent energy acquisitions - Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) and China National Petroleum Corp (CNPC) - have jointly won a bid for Petro-Canada?s 38% stake in the Al Furat oil and gas fields in Syria.
First India-China bid for an oilfield is successful 20.12.2005 DNA: Money
ONGC and China National Petroleum Corp have won the bid to acquire about 37% stake in the Syrian oilfields of Petro-Canada for $576mn.
ONGC-CNPC win bid for Syrian oilfields 20.12.2005 ET: Oil & Gas
State-run Oil and Natural Gas Corp and China National Petroleum Corp have won the bid to acquire about 37 per cent stake in Syrian oilfields of Canadian oil company Petro-Canada for ?484 million.
Ratna R-Series oil field ? Oil Ministry seeks opinion of Law Ministry on ONGC's counter-claims 19.12.2005 HBL: Corporate
THE Union Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas has sought the Law Ministry's opinion on pending product-sharing agreement and ONGC's counter claims on the Ratna R-Series oil field. The oil field was awarded to an Essar Oil (50 per cent)-led ...
Raha terrific CEO, but ONGC faulty: Mani tells PM 18.12.2005 ET: Oil & Gas
Petroleum Minister Mani Shankar Aiyar is believed to have told Prime Minister Manmohan Singh that ONGC boss Subir Raha was a terrific CEO, but his firm had not done enough to boost domestic oil and gas output.
CCEA decision on Akpo proposal disappointing: Raha 17.12.2005 HBL: Corporate
THE Chairman of Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd (ONGC), Mr Subir Raha, today expressed disappointment at Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs' (CCEA) disapproval of ONGC's proposal for acquiring 45 per cent stake in South Atlantic ...
OIL-IOC SPV for overseas projects cleared 17.12.2005 Hindu: Business
Cabinet Committee allows ONGC Videsh to buy stake in Brazilian oilfield
LPG: Aiyar presents pricing options to panel 17.12.2005 Sify Finance
The Petroleum Minister, Mani Shankar Aiyar, on Friday made a presentation before the Energy Coordination Committee headed by the Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh, on the crude oil production scenario and the sticky issue of pricing and subsidy of petroleum products, particularly liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) and kerosene.
Aiyar presents pricing options to energy panel 17.12.2005 HBL: Industry & Economy
THE Petroleum Minister, Mr Mani Shankar Aiyar, on Friday made a presentation before the Energy Coordination Committee headed by the Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh, on the crude oil production scenario and the sticky issue of pricing and ...
Govt clears $820-mn investment in Brazilian oilfield 17.12.2005 ET: Oil & Gas
The union cabinet has cleared a plan by state-run Oil and Natural Gas Corp (ONGC) to invest $820 mn to buy and develop a Brazilian unit of US energy giant ExxonMobil, reports said on Saturday.
OVL to buy stake in ExxonMobil's oil field 16.12.2005 Rediff: Business
The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs has approved ONGC Videsh Ltd's proposal to invest $820 million for acquiring US energy giant ExxonMobil's interests in an oil field located off the Brazilian coast.
MoU controversy: DPE panel to study versions of ONGC, Ministry? 16.12.2005 HBL: Front Page
The ONGC management has proposed a crude oil production target of 27.8 million tonnes but the Petroleum Ministry wanted production from OVL, the company's overseas arm, to also be incorporated and the production target raised to 35 mt.
China discovers natural gas field in northeast 15.12.2005 HBL: Breaking News
Kazakhstan opens oil pipeline to China 15.12.2005 New Kerala: World News
ATASU, Kazakhstan: Kazakhstan started filling the first crude oil pipeline from a former Soviet state to China on Thursday, in a project that could eventually give Beijing direct access to Caspian Sea crude.
OVL-CNPC bid for Syrian oilfields 14.12.2005 ET: Oil & Gas
ONGC Videsh Ltd and China National Petroleum Corp (CNPC) have for the first time ever made a joint bid for acquiring an oilfield abroad.
OVL, CNPC make joint bid for Syrian oilfields 14.12.2005 HBL: Breaking News
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