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The structure of China's oil industry: past trends and future prospects

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OIES paper: WPM 66
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China’s oil sector has been dominated by three large state-owned oil companies in charge of developing the country’s domestic reserves, building and operating pipelines, managing China’s increasingly sophisticated downstream, and filling its strategic petroleum reserves (SPR). Over the years, as China’s demand has outstripped production, they have also become major investors in the global upstream and established a presence in global refining and oil trading. They now rank among the top ten g...

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Oxford Institute for Energy Studies
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Oxford Institute for Energy Studies Publisher's website
Publication date:
2016-05-16

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