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Asian tiger prowling for oil prey; Newfoundland’s good cop, bad cop
China’s integrated oil giant PetroChina is paying US$2.5 billion to buy half the upstream assets of its parent China National Petroleum Corp. (CNPC).
The deal, covering reserves of 780 million barrels of oil equivalent in 11 countries, will allow Hong Kong and New York-listed PetroChina to extend it....
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